iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max may get Always-On Display

Always-On mode may become exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models, according to Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman

citing your sources.Ahead of WWDC, which is due to start on June 6th, it has been reported that Apple is planning major improvements to the lock screen, including wallpapers with widget capabilities. In addition, Gurman was told that iOS 16 will include support for the always-on lock screen, which Apple originally planned for last year's iPhone 13. This will allow the iPhone to significantly reduce the frame rate on the lock screen and quickly display easy-to-read information - like in newer Apple watches. watch.

Other new features on the iPhone 14 Pro includenotes Gurman, there will be a new front-facing camera and face ID cutout, an A16 chip, and a 48-megapixel main camera. iOS 16, codenamed Sydney, will be a pretty big update, with many changes to the operating system, including updates to notifications, iPad multitasking, and the Messages and Health apps, Bloomberg analysts have learned.

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