The iPhone 14 Pro could acquire a feature that Android users have enjoyed for years

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As the name suggests, the always-on display never turns off your phone’s display. The display is always on to help you check the time and important notifications without tapping or unlocking the display. iOS 16 will turn down the frame rate significantly on the lock screen when the feature is on, which means it won’t consume much power.

Apple’s annual developer conference, WWDC 2022, is just a few days away, and the firm is scheduled to make numerous announcements, including the unveiling of iOS 16, the next version of the operating system that will power the new iPhone 14 series. It’s “a really major update,” according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. However, not all of the improvements in iOS 16 will be seen by everyone. Apple, for example, is working on including an always-on display feature into the next version of iOS. However, the always-on display, like the ProMotion display technology, will be limited to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. While this may thrill iPhone customers, especially those who plan to purchase the next-generation “Pro” devices, Android users have already experienced this.


  • Apple will reportedly introduce some radical changes to the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, according to previous rumors. Previously leaked iPhone 14 Pro renders suggest the company may finally ditch the notch in favor of a pill-shaped camera cutout. Again, it’s expected to be limited to “Pro” models only. Also, there are rumors floating around that the next-generation iPhone 14 will be capable of sending emergency text messages over satellite networks. Apple will hold WWDC 2022 on June 6, and the developer event will continue until June 10. We hope to get a lot of exciting announcements in that period.

  • Other than keeping the display always on, the next version of iOS will bring several other new capabilities to iPhone users. Updates to notifications, iPad multitasking, and the Messages and Health apps are some of the noteworthy changes Apple is planning to introduce. Additionally, there will be “major enhancements for the lock screen”, including wallpapers with “widget-like capabilities.” Unlike always-on display, the aforementioned features may come to the entry-level iPhone 14 and older iPhones as well.


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