Apple Future iPhones With Always-On Display Technology

The Apple iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are interesting gadgets. Their screens look great—they are very clear, do not blur, and keep the colours true. But it is not as fast as many competitors, like Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. According to The Elec, Apple plans to introduce always-on display technology to regular iPhones in 2025. It is stated in the report that the iPhone 17 will have a significantly improved refresh rate, which will put it on par with other products in its category. This upgrade is anticipated to be well worth the investment for individuals who are looking for top-notch display performance in their mobile devices.

The Frustration of non-Pro iPhones users

Some people do not like that non-Pro iPhones have a refresh rate of 60 Hz when many cheaper phones have switched to faster refresh rates. But Apple has always thought that the ProMotion screens should only be on the Pro iPhones. The iPhone 16 and 16 Plus coming out this autumn will still have 60Hz displays. For the iPhone 17 series, however, Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide panels will be used.

Benefits of ProMotion displays

A major benefit of the ProMotion displays’ dynamically changing refresh rates is that they can be set to “Always On.” For instance, the screen on an iPhone 15 Pro will always be on and show the time, date, widgets, and a simple version of your lock screen wallpaper. This feature is very useful because it means you do not have to tap the phone every time you want to see the time.

ProMotion can also save power by lowering the refresh rate to 1 Hz for content that does not change. StandBy is a useful feature for phones running iOS 17 that lets the screen show the time, calendar, photos, and widgets when the iPhone is charging and lying on its side. But if the iPhone is an iPhone 14 Pro, Pro Max, or 15 Pro or Pro Max, the always-on display works as it should and keeps the screen on all the time.

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