Apple is preparing to launch its new series iPhone 14 – iPhone 14 in the coming months, and according to previous leaks, the series will contain the Always on Display feature, which will come in a more advanced form than those in Android.
Feature details in iPhone 14
According to reports, Apple is adding a new “sleep” mode to the background. This feature can reduce the brightness and contrast of the wallpaper to save energy, this feature works to make the wallpaper darken and fade, but it does not completely disappear, this is very different from the date / time only displayed on Android.
This feature appears to be similar to the one on the Apple Watch, by adjusting brightness and contrast, combined with the ultra-low 1Hz refresh rate, it can achieve consistent brightness that doesn’t affect battery life at all.
Some reports indicate that not all phones of the series will have this feature, as reports stated that this feature will be exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro series. This is because the Pro series uses an LTPO display that supports a 1Hz refresh rate.
For the standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max (or iPhone 14 Plus), they use a screen that only supports a 60Hz refresh rate.
This means that the new feature will not work on these versions, and if this feature comes, the phones will face greater power consumption and the risk of screen burn-in.
It is expected that more details about the phones will appear during the coming period, given the approaching official launch date, whether from the company or from leaks.
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