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Notes are shortened on always-on screens

Notes are shortened on always-on screens

From Michael Misculin
It’s starting to look like Apple is planning an always-on display for the iPhone 14 Pro series. The following tips appeared on the background of Clownfish in iOS beta 4.

Other indicators appeared on the always-on display of the upcoming Apple iPhone 14 Pro. It was discovered in the background of iOS 16. It is about the clown fish wallpaper for the first iPhone, which is back in the new operating system. This is what Apple Blog reports 9to5Mac.

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Clown fish wallpapers with new sleep mode in iOS 16

A special sleep mode has been discovered in the beta version of iOS 16, which darkens the background image so that it can act as your always-on wallpaper. Exactly such a screen is currently assumed for the Pro series of the iPhone 14. In terms of functionality, this always-on display is supposed to be identical to the Apple Watch. From the Series 5 of the Apple Watch, you can keep the screen active all the time. When inactive, the screen is dimmed and the refresh rate drops to just 1Hz to save power.

All wallpapers in iOS 16 beta 4 have a dark mode for you to use as always-on wallpapers. Thus the clown fish in the opposite wallpaper loses its bright orange color, while the contrasts of the white stripes increase. This only works because Apple may be showing the background images in real time and no longer using static images. Only in this way can time disappear behind some elements of the image. This was not the first hint of the possibility of an always-on display in the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro smartphones. Already in the first beta version of iOS 16, there were three new frameworks that took care of managing the backlight of the screen and thus made the constantly activated display possible.

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