New Dynamic Island feature for iPhone 14 Pro tried on iPad

Concept author Parker Ortolani suggested what Dynamic Island might look like on the iPad.

As planned by the author, with the help of a new cutout, Apple could make the bezels around the screen as thin as possible. We probably won’t see a similar implementation anytime soon, as Parker Ortolani has placed Dynamic Island in a landscape orientation.

It’s also worth considering Apple’s conservative approach to camera placement on the iPad. It is still stably placed in portrait mode.


One of the examples suggests using Dynamic Island on ‌iPad‌ to display various controls in the Safari browser, such as translation, reading mode, and so on. In another example, the new function is used to control ambiguity.


It’s important to note that Dynamic Island is a new feature for Apple. The company is likely to run it now on the iPhone before adapting it for other devices.

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