Apple revealed a new support document that explains additional details about the always-on screen, in which it clarifies the cases in which the screen turns off and does not remain on, according to the MacRumors website, where this feature is available on my iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
And Apple revealed 8 cases in which the always-on screen turns off temporarily, and to save the battery, Apple said that the screen becomes completely turned off in the following cases:
– When the phone is upside down and the screen is facing down.
When the phone is in a pocket or bag.
When the sleep focus feature is enabled.
– When the phone is on low battery mode.
– When the phone is connected to CarPlay.
– When using the camera continue.
– When time passes without using the phone.
When the phone detects that the user is moving away from it while it is paired with the Apple Watch.
Apple explained that the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max can learn the “activity patterns” of users and thus turn off the always-on screen and turn it on accordingly. For example, Apple said that the screen can work in coordination with the user’s alarm or sleep schedule if he has a schedule saved on the phone.
The refresh rate of the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max screens can be reduced to 1 Hz, to ensure that the always-on display does not consume a lot of battery power.