The standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus paled in contrast to their high-end iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max counterparts due to inferior displays, outdated CPUs, and a notch.
The Dynamic Island is arguably the largest and coolest new feature (and selling point) of the latest ultra-premium iPhone models. The new cutout replaces the notched design that has been on the iPhone for five years and was originally introduced with the iPhone X. The Dynamic Island also prepares the way for a new method of multitasking.
The new style, though, appears to be on its way out pretty quickly. The future look of the Dynamic Island is revealed via a patent, which was initially found by Patently Apple in a story that was then published by MacRumors.
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The Cupertino business is allegedly working on a method of integrating Face ID beneath the display using a technology that might allow for the selective activation and deactivation of individual pixels. The area of the screen just above the FaceID sensors will essentially be opaque in most situations and partially transparent when FaceID data entry is required.
It should be noted that just a section of the Dynamic Island is made up of FaceID sensors. For the time being, the camera cutout will remain in place. This implies that a smaller version of the present Dynamic Island might appear on the iPhone 16 in 2024.
Apple's ultimate objective is obviously an iPhone with a flawless edge-to-edge display. How long it will take for such thing to become a reality is not quite certain. Under-display selfie cameras are still being tested by several manufacturers but just like everytime Apple will come up with proper execution.