The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are widely expected to receive an always-on display feature based on code spotted in iOS 16 and tips from respected sources – and now we know how it will work and look. In any case, the main upgrades will be coming to the iPhone 14 Pro Max and the iPhone 14 Pro, according to leaks. These phones will sport a new design and feature new cameras, while the standard iPhone 14 is expected to bear a striking resemblance to last year’s iPhone 13.
This inside information has been obtained by MacRumors(opens in a new tab) and covers various aspects of the new feature. To prevent screen burn-in, widgets will fade in and out in an imperceptible fashion on the lock screen when the always-on mode is enabled. With lock screen wallpapers that have a depth effect, the effect will be removed and darkened in always-on mode. The foreground will be dimmed and tinted with color, with some highlighting that can be customized by the user.
Notifications and more
As far as wallpapers, colors, fonts, and widgets are concerned, these settings will remain consistent between a permanently illuminated lock screen and an always-on lock screen, so you won’t be able to set different options for the two.
Notifications will appear on the always-on display, according to the new information, rolling in from the bottom as they arrive. A notification counter may be included at the bottom of the screen, and it sounds as though various parts of the notification alert interface can be customized by the user.
In addition, the status bar will be rearranged to take advantage of the extra space created by the pill-shaped cutout, another Pro model exclusive. At Apple’s event on Wednesday, September 7, we’ll find out for sure.
Research: The Pro models are set apart
There are rumors of several upgrades that are exclusive to the iPhone 14’s Pro and Pro Max variants – and Apple has clearly made a decision to divide its flagship phone line into two distinct lines.
The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will get the same A15 Bionic chipset that powers the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 Pro if leaks are to be believed. Both models will be powered by the next-generation A16 Bionic processor. It’s an approach that Apple is rumored to be sticking with in future years as well.
There’s also been talk that the Pro models will come with superior screen technology too. Add in all the usual benefits you get from the Pro models, including an improved camera system compared with the more affordable versions of the iPhone, and it looks as though there’s going to be a big jump up to the Pro level.
That’s perhaps to push more people into buying more expensive iPhones, but it does make the iPhone 14 feel like a less substantial upgrade over what we already have. Time will tell if it’s a strategy that ends up paying off for Apple.
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