It’s been said that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 Pro will have an Always-On Display function similar to the Apple Watch (Always-On Display), and it was discovered in a recent Xcode 14 beta version.
An intriguing lock screen interface emerged in the Xcode 14 beta, according to an editor at international media MacRumors. When the iPhone’s display is turned on, the widget information on the lock screen disappears. We can infer that when the iPhone is locked and the always-on display function is enabled, the iPhone 14 Pro series will modify the always-on display content to correspond to the current lock screen. In this tiny whale, for example, his eyesight fades away and color changes to dark.
The default appearance may change based on the system environment. For instance, a number of users have noted that when colored widgets become black and white, the state changes. The widget below, which was originally colored in the Xcode 14 beta version, becomes gray-white when a similar lock screen is activated, and we believe it’s due to the always-on display.
The latest iOS 16 beta also includes a hint of a “sleep” wallpaper, which may be a sign that the always-on display is on its way. When used with the always-on display, the “Sleep” wallpaper becomes darker and fades bright hues out, potentially extending the device’s battery life.
The always-on display, as previously reported, is only available on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. The indispensable display technology will be included in these phones, according to reports. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are expected to support variable refresh rates of 1Hz to 120Hz, compared with the 10Hz to 120Hz variable refresh rate on the iPhone 13 Pro.
The iPhone Smart Battery Case is compatible with both the Lightning and 30-pin connector, allowing you to sync your phone while it’s connected. The time, widgets, and possibly notifications will be shown on the screen when the device is sleeping at a refresh rate of 1 Hz. It’s been claimed that Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models will have a notch-free design, replacing it with a pill-shaped + punch-hole design. In addition, the new phone will feature an improved rear camera (48 million pixels) as well as an A16 chip.