The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models have been tipped to offer always-on display features, and now there seems to be another reason to believe it. An iOS developer has seen what looks like a preview of the feature in Xcode beta 4. Several references have been seen indicating the presence of an always-on display in iOS 16, which Apple announced earlier this year. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman speculated that the feature would come exclusively to the Pro model of the iPhone 14.
according to a Tweet By iOS developer (via 9to5mac)SwiftUI Preview, which lets developers interact with their app projects in real time, has leaked an example of the Always On Display feature. He shared a screenshot and said that with the widget (lock screen accessory) Apple CEO Tim Cook’s face, which is usually shown in full color, was grayed out, hence hinting at the feature.
Always-on display feature technology allows the phone to display notifications, battery status, clock, etc. on the screen, allowing users to access relevant and useful information without having to unlock the phone. It essentially consumes very little battery. Apple currently offers the Always On Display feature only in the latest apple watch model.
As mentioned, iOS 16 has also been informed of To include some reference to the feature. The iPhone 14 Pro model is said to come with a refresh rate that can be as low as 1Hz from a maximum of 120Hz. This helps conserve battery while offering an always-on display capability. These models will come preloaded with iOS 16. Apple showed support for widgets and new notification styles on the revamped lock screen, suggesting it may be part of the Always On Display capability.
Actually, Mark Gurmani said in may That iOS 16 will include future support for an always-on lock screen that will allow the iPhone to significantly reduce its frame rate and display “viewable information” when the screen is inactive. He added that the feature may be exclusive to the Pro models: iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. He also said that this feature will not be available for the current iPhone models.