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Always-on-Display feature Apple is bringing with iPhone 14Pro models

Always-on-Display feature Apple is bringing with iPhone 14Pro models

As per reports, Apple will start shipping the much-talked-about Always-on-Display feature on future iPhone models beginning with iPhone 14 Pro models.

Next week, Apple is set to host its annual developer conference, Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2022.

At the event, Apple is expected to announce its next generation of operating systems, including iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16.

Ahead of the WWDC 2022, reports have hinted toward a new feature that is likely to arrive on future iPhone Pro models with the launch of iOS 16.

In the latest iteration of his Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has said that iOS 16 will bring the much-awaited Always-on-Display feature to future iPhone models starting with iPhone 14 series.

As per his report, the feature will be restricted to iPhone Pro models only, which means that when Apple launches the next-generation iPhone models, only the iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max will get this feature.

“I’m told iOS 16 builds in future support for an always-on lock screen, something Apple initially planned for last year’s iPhone 13.

Always-on-Display feature Apple is bringing with iPhone 14Pro models

Always-on-Display feature Apple is bringing with iPhone 14Pro models

This would allow the iPhone to turn down the frame rate significantly on the lock screen and display quickly glanceable information – similar to newer Apple Watches,” he wrote.

Gurman also noted that Apple’s Always-on-Display was scheduled to debut with the company’s iPhone 13 series smartphones.

Later, Apple postponed the feature’s launch to the iPhone 14 series.

Instead, the iPhone 13 series got support for the Pro Motion display, bringing refresh rates as high as 120Hz to the iPhone 13 Pro models.

It is worth noting that this is not the first time that we have heard about Apple working on the Always-on-Display functionality.

Reports of the company working on this feature first emerged back in 2020.

A report by 9To5 Mac had said that the Always-on-Display could be powered by the LTPO displays that the iPhone maker was planning to use in its future iPhone models. “LTPO panels allow variable refresh rates.

Dropping the refresh rate down to a shallow rate means it uses a lot less Power, which enables the always-on display on the Apple Watch Series 5,” the report had said.

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