iOS 16.2 beta 3 has an option to allow the always-on display tweaks on iPhone 14 and 14 Pro devices. With this beta, users can choose to hide the background image for the lock screen and notifications.
If you choose to hide only the background image, only the date, time, and any widgets will be displayed in white letters and numbers. The background remains black because the OLED panel does not display any information in those places. If you choose the option to hide notifications, they will no longer be visible via the always-on display. Users then have to unlock their smartphone to see their notifications.
Apple has yet to say whether it will actually add the new options for the always-on display to the final version of iOS 16.2. The job is also not mentioned In the official iOS 16.2 beta 3 release notesbut it was discovered by users through 9to5Mac Editors. Always-on display is only available with Format iPhone 14 ProModels released last September. Compared to its predecessors, the notch has been replaced with some cracks in the screen, and the primary 12-megapixel camera has been replaced by a 48-megapixel camera. SRP rose in the Benelux.
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