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How to: Make iOS14 Widgets “Transparent”

An alternative way to meet the widget background with current wallpaper…

As we all know, the WidgetKit provide Apple Developer to add their widget to iOS, iPadOS 14 and macOS 11 Big Sur. But if we take an in-depth look at it, you may notice that the background color is white or black by default. And it is not possible to “clear” or blur like a…

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