The insets that you use to determine the safe area for this view.
- iOS 11.0+
- tvOS 11.0+
The safe area of a view reflects the area not covered by navigation bars, tab bars, toolbars, and other ancestors that obscure a view controller's view. (In tvOS, the safe area reflects the area not covered by the screen's bezel.) You obtain the safe area for a view by applying the insets in this property to the view's bounds rectangle. If the view is not currently installed in a view hierarchy, or is not yet visible onscreen, the edge insets in this property are
For the view controller's root view, the insets account for the status bar, other visible bars, and any additional insets that you specified using the
additional property of your view controller. For other views in the view hierarchy, the insets reflect only the portion of the view that is covered. For example, if a view is entirely within the safe area of its superview, the edge insets in this property are
You might use this property at runtime to adjust the position of your view's content programmatically.