The launch of the new iPhone series is approaching, so the rumors about what to expect are becoming more and more concrete. Apple expert Mark Gorman led the way Bloomberg Dive into two major novelties in iPhone 14 . series†
- always on screen
- with file view iOS 16 beta version At the Worldwide Developers Conference in early July, it became clear that An apple Always on display for the next generation of iPhones.
- With this function, you will still be able to see certain widgets on your iPhone’s lock screen. These are widgets with weather, calendar, activity, news, stock market numbers, or other data. Users are given the option to customize what is and isn’t shown on their iPhone.
- In order to consume as little extra battery as possible, these widgets will be displayed on your lock screen in low brightness and low refresh rate.
- improved camera
- Especially with the iPhone 14 Pro (Max), a major upgrade is expected, both for the front camera and for the regular one.
- The camera on the back of the iPhone 14 Pro (Max) will have an all-new system with a 48-megapixel sensor, thinner bezels, and a faster A16 chip.
- The front camera will finally take up less space at the top of your screen. Instead of the wide black area, you will only see a pill-shaped incision.
The iPhone 14 Pro line will get an always-on display geared towards lock screen widgets in iOS 16. Only high-end phones will get this feature, 48MP rear camera, new front camera/Face ID design and A16 chip.
– Mark Gorman (@markgurman) 26 June 2022
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