In recent days we have reported a rumor that indicated the possible software innovations that Apple will introduce with the next iPhone 13. Perhaps one of the most desired functions is that of the Always On Display, of which today we show you a first concept.
The video in question does not show just one type of Always On Display, but it offers several possibilities, all plausible. We start with a version very similar to the one on the Google Pixel, which we will clearly hardly see replicated on iOS. In this case the time, weather, and the remaining battery percentage are shown below.
Then we move on to a slightly modified version of the latter, which however more closely follows the lockscreen of iOS 14, so it could already be a more plausible solution.
Then the concept moves towards a hypothesis that is not new to the Apple world, but that perhaps would hardly be applied on a smartphone. In essence, it is a sort of Always On Display more similar to that of Apple Watch, which almost applies a filter that darkens the screen, without however hiding it completely.
Finally, we move on to the latest version of this Always On Display concept, which would also gain the ability to use widgets, introduced on the iOS 14 homescreen. Also in this case this functionality is perhaps a little too distorted, but it could also be a great way for Apple to stand out and make it more useful at the same time. The only drawback could be related to battery consumption, which given the use of different colored widgets could result in greater consumption.
And which of these alternatives would you like to see on the next iPhone? Let us know your opinion with a comment below.Concept
Source: iPhone Italia by www.iphoneitalia.com.
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