An always-on display for the iPhone 14 Pro has been revealed by Xcode 14 beta
This year, Apple is planning on releasing several new iPhone models, including the iPhone 14 Pro, which is rumored to come with an always-on screen that is supposed to give the device a premium look.
This news comes after developer Steve Moser noticed that a beta version of Xcode 14 confirmed the new iPhone 14 was always on display in his tweets. Steve Moser revealed the details of the new iPhone 14 always on display on his Twitter account.
The picture above shows an always-on display, which is believed to be exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models. The always-on display on the new iPhones appears to remove certain elements from the on-screen widgets on the home screen when the device is locked with the always-on display on and the device is locked with the always-on display on.
Certainly, it looks interesting based on the photos we have seen so far, and we are looking forward to learning more details about all of the new iPhone 14 models that will come out in the coming months. Apple will release four new iPhones this year, the iPhone 14 and 14 Max, as well as the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. There is an expectation that the new handsets will be released sometime in September, and they will come with the new iOS 16 operating system.
source: Geeky Gadgets