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Apple will unveil iOS 16 at WWDC 2022 happening in a few days and there are a lot of rumors going around about the next version of the iOS update. There is a fresh rumor from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman that Apple could finally add Always-On display support for The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro max with the new iOS 16 update. If this happens, it is for the first time that Apple has added the Always-On display feature to iPhones. This feature is already available on Android smartphones for many years now.

Apple to Add Always-On Display for iPhones with iOS 16

As per Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple might add Always-On display support for iPhones with iOS 16 before the official announcement of the iPhone 14 series later this year. Gurman also said that Cupertino’s headquartered firm is also working on adding major changes to the iPhone and iPad lock screen along with the addition of an Always-On display. The firm might also bring new lock screen wallpapers that have widgets like abilities.

The analyst also stated that the Always-On display on iPhones will reduce the screen frame rate to the lowest level and only information like Time, notifications log and battery percentage will be displayed on the lock screen. The feature will only be available for the Pro models on iPhone 14 series, which will launch in September this year. It means older iPhones may not get this feature and users will get to test it only when the new iPhone is launched.

Previously, there were also some rumors that iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will get the Always-On Display (AOD), and Mark Gurman’s latest claim just confirmed those rumors. 

iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are expected to have a 120 Hz ProMotion display but these models will not be a major upgrade. iPhone 14 series is said to be an incremental upgrade over the last year’s iPhone 13 series.

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