This year's upcoming iPhone refresh will bring the Dynamic Island to all four models, including the standard iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus.
One of the things you might notice about the keyboard on notched iPhones, such as the iPhone X and newer, is that the keyboard interface leaves a lot of unused pixels at the bottom of the screen.
The Dynamic Island is one of the most distinguishable differences between the iPhone 14 Pro lineup and all prior handset models. This handy feature utilizes the area surrounding the TrueDepth camera system to display useful information about what’s happening on your device, such as Now Playing media, Personal Hotspot connectivity, and active Screen Recordings, among other things.
One of the biggest changes for the iPhone 14 Pro lineup in 2022 was the introduction of the Dynamic Island — the hole punch-like space at the top of the display that encapsulates the TrueDepth camera system and slick new software animations for various iOS activities.
When you get a phone call or FaceTime call while your iPhone is unlocked, the call notification appears as a small banner at the top of the screen.
But what if you don't like this compact call UI and want to get incoming calls as a full screen alert, with the large green Accept button and the red Decline button? It's very easy to change that, and we'll show you how.
Depending on the type of iPhone you use, YouTube videos with a 2:1 aspect ratio may bleed slightly into the notch, causing an unsightly aesthetic to the video consumption experience. Upset with this, a Redditor took to /r/jailbreak to find a solution, and they surely found one.
Dynamic Island on the new iPhone 14 Pros is one of the best Apple features in years, but we're pretty torn over that silly marketing name? Hear us out...
Check out a few Dynamic Island tidbits revealing how the iPhone 14 Pro's notch functions in real life and what to expect from this cool new feature.
One of the most distinguishable new features of the new iPhone 14 Pro is the Dynamic Island. It’s a fancy name invented by Apple to describe the software features glorifying the hole punch cutout that will replace the infamous notch to house the iPhone’s TrueDepth camera system.
Apple may use the iPhone 14's rumored pill-shaped notch to display the privacy dots instead of the iOS status bar when the camera or microphone is being used .
Apple could resort to software trickery to conceal the iPhone 14's notch by making the hole-punch and pill-shaped cutouts appear as a contiguous, longer pill shape.
Leaked images show the iPhone 14's TrueDepth camera sensor array up close, with the rumored pill and hole-punch design replacing the notch.