iOS 16 Introduces "Always-On" Show on iPhone 14. Will It Affect Apple Phone Battery Life?

iOS 16 Introduces “Always-On” Show on iPhone 14. Will It Affect Apple Phone Battery Life?

Apple fans are gearing up for the much-anticipated launch of this year’s tech giant, the iPhone 14, which is rumored to boast several key features, including an “Always-On” display (AOD).

According to several reports, Apple will launch iOS 16 alongside the upcoming iPhone, which will come with an improved lock screen that will have wallpapers with widget-like features.

Although the “Always-On” display is something new for iPhones, users of Android phones including Samsung, Xiaomi, and Oppo are just as familiar with this feature as it has been for years.

Even the Apple Watch, from the Watch Series 5 onwards, has the mode.

When the new feature arrives with the iPhone 14, Apple will also make it available on the iPhone 13 series. The tech giant has been thinking about the feature for months now. It was also rumored that the iPhone 13 series would come with a low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) display which could enable AOD.

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What is the “always” offer?
Mode is the thing that allows the screen to be always on, as the name suggests. With “Always-On” display mode, a certain amount of screen remains on.

The feature allows selective pixels on the smartphone screen to light up even when in locked mode to alert the user of notifications such as the time, incoming calls and messages.

The Always-On display feature does not consume a lot of battery power as only a certain part of the screen is present even though the majority of the smartphone screen remains off.

The tech giant is rumored to offer a choice of smartphones that have two OLED + LTPO panels.

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2022-06-01 06:55:00

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