The iPhone 14 Pro’s most flawed feature is about to get better

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Along with the Dynamic Island and a 48 MP camera, one of the biggest new features of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max was an always-on screen, but Apple’s implementation of the feature has proven controversial. Soon, however, there could be a solution for those who want an always-on display, but not in the way Apple initially offered it.

Apple’s current always-on display implementation basically just dims the lock screen – but it’s still in color and it still shows everything, which isn’t to everyone’s taste. We’ll dig deeper into why that’s down below, but the big news is that iOS 16.2 beta 3 includes an option to customize the always-on display.

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