The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, Apple’s newest flagship models with a tonne of futuristic upgrades, will be unveiled later this year. Instead of an iPhone 14 “mini,” there will be four new models this year. Instead of releasing the smaller iPhone, Apple will instead release the larger iPhone 14 Max with a 6.7-inch display. The series’ star, however, will be the rumored iPhone 14 Pro models, which are said to have an Always-On display to show iOS 16 widgets on the Lock Screen.
The iPhone 14 Pro model’s Always-On Display will display iOS 16’s lock screen widgets and more
The most recent Power On newsletter, which Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman shared, states that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 Pro lineup will have an Always-On display to show iOS 16 Lock Screen widgets. On the Always-On display, the time, date, unread notifications, and other data may be shown.
The iPhone 14 Pro, like the Apple Watch, will be able to display widgets that show weather, calendars, stocks, activities, and other data even when the screen is at a low brightness and frame rate, claims Gurman. Additionally, you can change the Always-On display options on the iPhone 14 Pro to hide private information from view on the Lock Screen.
Battery life will be preserved by the Always-On display on the iPhone 14 Pro models because of its low refresh rate and low brightness. In contrast to ProMotion on the iPhone 13 Pro models, which can lower the refresh rate to 10Hz, Ross Young asserts that the iPhone 14 Pro models will be able to reduce the refresh rate as low as 1Hz. The technology will be remarkably similar to the Apple Watch in terms of battery life conservation.
On September 13, Apple will reportedly unveil the iPhone 14 models and the Apple Watch Series 8. However, since these are still just rumors and Apple has the final say, proceed with caution.
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