According to Mark Gorman, iOS 16 can take advantage of LTPO technology and enable the always-on lock screen on iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.
This, according to a post by Mark Gurman, a journalist at Bloomberg, indicated that the operating system should finally offer an “always-on” function on the lock screen.
Thanks to the LTPO (Low Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide) technology in the display,
the system can significantly reduce the frequency of screens to display information such as the time, calendar or notifications.
Thus Apple has to catch up with Android smartphones, even if the functionality is not available on all models.
This functionality was initially planned for the iPhone 13,
but Apple preferred to wait for the next model. Once again, Mark Gurman specifies that only the Pro and Pro Max models should benefit from it….