Apple to introduce 'Always-On' display on iPhone 14; Details inside

New Delhi:

Apple may eventually install an ever-expanding display on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, which is rumored to be coming later this year. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman said Apple was working to roll out the feature on iOS 16, which would allow the high-end iPhone 14 Pro to display a few features on the screen when turned off. His ingenuity confirms what we have heard about the iPhone 14 Pro, and if you consider Gurman to be a reliable source, the ever-present display can finally reach the iPhone.

According to Gurman, the ever-open mode on the iPhone will work in much the same way as it did on the Apple Watch Series 5 and higher models. In other words, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will lower the screen frame when the fully open mode is on, allowing them to use less battery. This is almost identical to the way open mode works on current Android phones. An important ingredient in this is the low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) indicator, which Apple has been using on the Watch since Series 5. The LTPO shows very low frame rates, ending up using very little energy while. always open mode is active.

Gurman’s report confirms what a number of analysts predicted last year. According to these analysts, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will receive the LTPO display, which allows the mode to remain open. But it is these expensive iPhone 14 models that may have this feature. The remaining two – the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max – may end up with the same display as before. But this is not a new feature. Several Android devices have supported the display for years.

Permanent mode may be part of iOS 16, which Apple will likely announce in the next WWDC. According to Gurman, the next iPhone aka iOS 16 software will bring new functionality, such as widget-like wallpapers. He also said that there may be other features that will only be available on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. It is in line with previous reports suggesting that Apple may limit the use of its new A16 chip to high-end iPhone models at this time, while those on the lower side of the price ladder will use the modified A15 version.


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