After several rumors it was revealed that Apple would return to the iPhone 14 one of the most popular functions of Android, the Always On Display mode
A few days after the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2022 it was revealed that Manzana could advance one of the most anticipated functions that would be present in the iPhone 14.
Mark Gurmann revealed that the Cupertino company could present one of the most popular functions of Androidit is nothing more and nothing less than the way Always On Display.
According to what was presented by Bloomberg, Manzana would present your screen always on with iOS 16. This function would allow the iPhone display a limited amount of information, even when locked.
The analyst highlighted that iOS 16 will come with great new features, including features for the lock screen.
Mark Gurman indicated that the Always On Display mode that would arrive on the iPhone 14 could work in a similar way as the Apple Watch Series 5 and later.
In this way, when computers have always-on mode enabled, they would have to reduce the frame rate of the lock screen. So they can conserve power and keep the screen on.
The iPhone 14 they could “significantly decrease the refresh rate on the lock screen and display useful information without consuming a lot of energy”.
The iPhone 14 is expected to arrive with a low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) screen. This type of screen is designed to prevent devices from consuming too much power when in Always On Display mode.
The Always On Display mode could arrive exclusively for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. This function had been speculated that it would arrive on the iPhone 13 Pro, but in the end the always-on screen was not presented.
It should be remembered that for several years the devices Android They have this feature. Some Samsung and OnePlus devices show the time, battery level, widgets, and more.
Other features that would come with iOS 16 according to Mark Gurman are: improved notifications, iPad-style multitasking. And news in the Messages and Health apps.