New iOS 16 update is expected to bring an always-on display to Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max


The iPhone 14 series will be unveiled by Apple towards the end of the year. In the latest report, it appears that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max handsets may be launched by Apple with an always-on display feature.

Apple’s annual developer conference, the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), will begin on June 6 in San Francisco.

The iOS 16 operating system, which is expected to have numerous enhancements and new features, will be unveiled soon. iOS 16 is expected to add a number of new features, including the possibility of an “always on” mode.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims that the “always-on display” feature could be introduced in iOS 16 by Apple. If this is true, the iPhone 14 models will be able to show only a small amount of information on their locked screens.

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According to Gurman’s speculation, the always-on option on the iPhone may be comparable to the way the feature works on the Apple Watch Series 5 and up. When always-on mode is engaged on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, the frame rate of the lock screen may decrease.

The display will continue to operate while using less power as a result. For now, it is unknown if the new iPhone will employ the same low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) display that Apple uses in its latest Watch models.

Low-power screens are critical to the effective operation of always-on mode since they are designed to keep devices from consuming too much power.

Android devices, on the other hand, have been able to run in always-on mode for years. There are gadgets that have the ability to show the time, battery level, and widgets on an always-on display.

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Gurman speculates that iOS 16 will include characteristics that are analogous to those of previous versions, such as wallpapers with “widget-like capabilities.”

Other updates will be announced by Apple on June 6th at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

It’s possible that, according to Gurman, the iPad could get new windowing and multitasking features from Apple. Microsoft may be implementing a feature that would allow users to freely resize windows, according to the findings of developer Steve Troughton-Smith, who recently found out about it. Apple’s System Preferences menu might possibly be redesigned to be more similar to the Settings app on iOS.

We won’t have much longer to wait to see how many of these predictions come true now that WWDC is just over a week away.

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