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Updated for Xcode 14.2
New in iOS 16
persistentSystemOverlays() modifier lets us show or hide the so-called “non-transient system views” that are automatically placed over our UI – Apple’s name for the home indicator, the multitask indicator on iPad, and more.
For example, this will request to hide the overlays:
Text("This needs to take up lots of space") .frame(maxWidth: .infinity, maxHeight: .infinity) .background(.yellow) .persistentSystemOverlays(.hidden)
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Note: This is a request to hide the overlays – it’s down to the system to decide what it actually do.
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