iPhone 14 Pro, first impressions: the dynamic island or how to turn a problem into a novelty

Dynamic Island, in addition to being one of Apple’s best kept secrets, is one of the most interesting novelties for mobile phones that the company has developed. It is a feature that not only hides the TrueDepth camera and facial recognition sensorsbut it opens the door to a major change in the user interface of iOS.

However, Dynamic Island isn’t available on every iPhone introduced this year. This is a feature reserved exclusively for the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, that is, the highest-end ones. However, according to Ross Youngthe “dynamic island” will be present on all iPhone 15, sentencing the iPhone to death notch in this line.

Dynamic Island yes, but the rest will have to wait

Young said in response to a user on Twitter that “Dynamic Island is expected on standard models in the [iPhone] fifteen”, which means that the feature will be present in the entire range of 2023. The analyst, however, released a less encouraging forecast for the ProMotion and Always-On Display features: “120 Hz / LTPO is not yet expected in the models standard”.

The reason why ProMotion and Always-On Display, currently only available in Pro versions, would not be expanded to all iPhone 15s would have to do with the supply chain not being able to support this move. This, according to the analyst who has earned a great reputation for forecasts related to the display industry and is the most accurate in the Apple world.

As for Dynamic Island, the idea of ​​expanding it to all new Apple phones makes sense. The Cupertino company has presented a user interface that is presented as a new way to display notifications and interact with different apps. In this equation, as in many others, app developers come into play.

If Dynamic Island becomes an iPhone standard, developers will have more reason to take advantage of it with their applications. Everything seems to indicate that Apple sees the dynamic island as the future of the iPhone. But beware, it is not the first time that the future is presented as a distinctive feature. Let’s remember the bad move of the Touch Bar.

As for the Super Retina XDR displays on the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, they have LTPO, or “low-temperature polycrystalline oxide” technology, to reduce the refresh rate to 1 Hz. This gives them the ability to display always on (Always On Display) that allows you to continue displaying information, but reducing battery consumption.

It remains to be seen, then, what will happen to the Apple phones that will arrive next year. One of the questions that is now on the table is what will happen to the iPhone SE. Will it also adopt Dynamic Island or will it inherit the design of previous models with the notch? For now we just have to wait.

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Tarun Kumar

Tarun Kumar has worked in the News sector for 05 years and is currently the Owner and Editor of Then24. He reside in Delhi, India with his Family.

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