Cupertino are already preparing to implement the function.
There has been no official announcement yet, but many network insiders assure that iPhone 14 Pro line devices will acquire the long-awaited Always On Display feature, which is ubiquitous in Android smartphones.
Thanks to iOS 16 update log, 9to5Mac portal was able to reproducehow it will look live.
By the way, the “always-on” mode means that the iPhone screen, even when turned off, shows the user the time, notifications, date and other system information – as it is now happening in the Apple Watch – while consuming a minimum amount of energy.
This feature was originally planned for the iPhone 13, but for some reason did not see the light of day.
If nothing changes, the presentation of the iPhone 14 P line will take place in September. By the way, earlier there was informationthat due to a new wave of “coronavirus hysteria” in China, Apple will not have time to start production of the 14th series in time.
In addition to the obvious iPhones, Apple is preparing massive updates for almost all of its devices: from smartwatches and tablets to headphones and Macs.