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Apple iPhone 14 Pro Display Issue: Always On-Display Problems, Tricks And Benefits

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In this article we are going to discuss the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Display Issue. Recently, the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max went on sale. The always-on display, which keeps the screen partially visible at all times rather than going to blackness as prior iPhones have done, is one of the standout features.

Many Android phones have always-on screens that serve the same purpose as this one by displaying the time, the number of unread alerts, and sometimes other information like a lovely animated figure. Huawei is the master of this last feature.

Apple iPhone 14 Pro Display Issue

Apple’s version, however, is totally different. The iPhone scarcely changes, but all the others go to a black background with some, typically monochrome, information. While the clock is shining brilliantly, the colors of the favorite photo you selected as your lock screen are slightly muted but still clearly discernible.

Never again will you need to click the iPhone’s screen to see the time.

So what impact does this have on battery life?

Although it’s the first thing that everyone asks me when they see the phone, and some people claim it makes a significant impact, in my experience, there is little to no battery life loss. Query me once more after a few months.

Never again will you need to click the iPhone’s screen to see the time.

The lock screen, according to some, isn’t dark enough. This hasn’t bothered me at all. I’ve observed the ambient light sensor in action while using the phone next to me at night, dimming the display to the point where it is less bright than the Apple Watch in Nightstand mode when the digital time is shown.

Even so, I am aware that some individuals prefer a dimmer light, and for the time being, the only option is to turn the always-on screen off.

By the way, to disable Always On, navigate to Settings, Display, and scroll down to Always On. Off is the default setting here.

Apple isn’t actually always-on because of certain sneaky tactics it has up its sleeve. Some of them are covered in my post on things no one told you. The full list of instances where the always-on is, well, off is shown below.

If the iPhone is face down, start with that. The iPhone’s screen turns off when it detects that the device is lying face down. Similar situations arise when it is hindered, such as when the iPhone detects it is in a pocket or bag. Fourth, if low power mode is switched on, followed by the third and fourth conditions.

Additionally, if CarPlay is enabled on the iPhone. After all, instead of looking at your phone, you ought to be looking at the road or, in a pinch, the CarPlay screen.

The function known as “Continuity Camera,” which enables you to use your iPhone as a very sophisticated camera by connecting it to a Mac, also turns off the always-on screen.

The Apple Watch believes you don’t need to view the always-on screen and turns off if you move away from the iPhone, which is my favourite feature.

We’ll see if there is enough backlash against the always-on display when more users start to utilize it. I like it just the way it is.

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