Always on-display option can be found in Apple iOS 16. According to a report, Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to come with Always On-Display. Always-on display option is also available on the recently launched Apple Watch. Although Apple didn’t talk about the Always On Display feature when it announced iOS 16 at the Wide Word Developer Conference (WWDC-2022) earlier this week. Apple’s new iOS 16 operating system changes the lock screen experience by adjusting the volume for Always On-Display.
According to a report by 9to5Mac, iOS 16 has several pointers for an always-on display. There are three new frameworks in the new OS that handle iPhone screen backlight management. It is believed that Apple considers backlight management to be an important aspect of Always On Display. As mentioned by 9to5Mac, all three frameworks include references to Always-On Displays. These frameworks are also used by iOS 16 and various components of the lock screen.
iOS 16’s Always-On Display option
The latest version of iOS16 also includes always-on display prompts within Springboard, which is a standard system app. Manages the new iPhone lock screen. This application is used to run multiple applications on the home screen and device and manage other tasks including booting.