Report: All iPhone 15 releases will have Dynamic Island feature


Apple recently launched its latest series of iPhone 14 phones, and speculation about the next generation of iPhones has already started to make the rounds online. The Dynamic Island feature, currently available on Apple iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, was one of the highlights of the launch event. The latest rumors claim that the tech giant will make this new iOS feature available on all upcoming iPhone 15 models.

Screen industry analyst Ross Young suggested this change for the following iPhones in his tweet, and earlier, Young’s prediction about the arrival of ProMotion (adaptive refresh rate) for iPhone 13 Pro models and both 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models was correct, apart from this Young also correctly predicted the details about the screens of the iPad mini and the latest MacBook Air.

However, ProMotion and Always-On Display may remain exclusive to iPhone 15 Pro models only, and Young explained that the supply chain will not be able to support 120Hz LTPO displays on base models of the next iPhone lineup.

What is the advantage of dynamic island

Apple iPhone 14 Pro models introduced the Dynamic Island feature that blends the circle-shaped aperture placed at the top of the screen with the rest of the user interface, and the display houses the TrueDepth camera system and other hardware such as the proximity sensor, etc.

Apple has used advanced display and animation algorithms to make the class look like a part of the screen comes alive and can even interact with users, and a smaller class appears larger when it starts working with multiple apps — to display notifications, control music, see the next turn in Maps, and more. Users monitor live activities such as – sports scores or track delivery online.

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