New information indicates that the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max they will have it always-on display mode which has been around for years on Android
Σthe latest version of the operating system Apple iOS 16 some are also included wallpapers who support her AOD screen functions.
The 180-degree turn that Apple made and will finally give the AOD and in its own Smartphones, it has to do with the fact that this year's iPhone models that the company will release (iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max), are rumored to feature LTPO AMOLED displays that will allow him refresh rate at 1Hz, and thus there will not be much consumption in the battery of the devices.
The iOS 16 brings a new one customizable lock screen and it seems that Apple will finally give it AOD on the new iPhones which will be released later this year. Don't forget that it already exists AOD on Apple Watch Series 5 and newer models, which displays certain information, such as the time or battery status, when the screen is not active.
In fact, a video was released on Twitter which shows us the AOD in action. As shown in the video, AOD is automatically activated not only when the screen is completely turned off, but also when we turn the device downwards, activating AOD with a beautiful Fade Out effect.
Here's how the iPhone 14 Pro's always-on display will work... 👀📱
Rather than being completely black with just the date/time like on Android, your wallpaper will fade out and still be visible.
— AppleTrack (@appletrack) July 29th, 2022
So, in the new iPhones that Apple will release, there will now be an option that will allow the user to activate AOD, and see in it battery levels, notifications, weather, calendar and other information, while the screen will remain at a very low brightness level.
It will also be possible to enable an additional setting to hide sensitive data so that it is not visible on Lock Screen.
The above information comes from 9to5Mac, which found elements within its code iOS 16, indicating that the system wallpapers will be enabled to support the AOD option.
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