The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will support always-on display functionality. At least, that’s what rumors say. And the latest iOS 16 beta release indicates a new behavior for wallpapers that back up reports of always-on display functionality for the iPhone 14 Pro models.
This nifty feature has been available for years on Android devices. And Apple added always-on display functionality to the Apple Watch when it introduced screens with variable refresh rates. The same thing will happen with iPhone 14 Pro displays, which should feature ProMotion screens like their predecessors. But the refresh rate should drop to 1Hz on the 2022 iPhones, compared to 10Hz for the iPhone 13 Pro models.
At 1Hz, Apple can implement always-on display features without too big a sacrifice to battery life.
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