Apple says that the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have a new Digital Clock feature that lets you set the screen to the same time as the clock.
The feature is available in both iOS 10.2 and 10.3, though the iPhone 8 will not be able to use it with iOS 11.1.
If you have an older iPhone, you’ll need to update to the newest version of iOS to use the new feature.
You can use the Digital Clock to set the time on your iOS device without having to open the Settings app, but you will need to tap the “Calendar” button to turn it on.
The Digital Clock works as follows: When you open the calendar app on your device, you can select the date of the upcoming calendar event, the time that it will take to create the event, and a “Calender Time” to specify the time.
You’ll see a new button to adjust the calendar time to whatever time you want it to be.
The “Calendaring” option lets you change the date and time of the calendar event from within the calendar.
To set a calendar event to the next day, select “Change Calendaring,” then select “Calends” from the list of calendars.
You also can choose to change the calendar to start a new day, a new week, or an entire new year.
The time of day will also change.
The digital clock can also be set to display the current time.
This is handy if you want to be able tell when your clock is set to your favorite time zone.
To use the digital timer, you will tap the clock icon and then tap “Calendars.”
You can also select the calendar on your calendar from the dropdown menu.
The app will display the time in the format of the time it would take to set a new date for the calendar, but will automatically set the date to your local time zone if you select “Local time” as the date picker.
The next time you open a calendar, the digital display will be displayed for the date you selected.