Dynamic Island On Apple iPhone 15. Next year’s iPhone 15 series will likely feature Dynamic Island technology as well. But the good news is that it applies to all iPhone 15 series models, including the vanilla iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus (or Mini). The information was shared by display industry analyst Ross Young.
Hire more developers
He said Apple was keen to hire more developers for the new notch feature, and that offering it in the other two iPhone models might be the best way to go. suggesting. Dynamic Island is an interesting addition to his iPhone, and its introduction to all models means that if Young’s predictions are correct, the entire iPhone 15 range could get a smaller, more dynamic notch next year.
Young also pointed out that Apple could still make some exceptions reserved for iPhone Pro models. Such as the 120Hz refresh rate ProMotion display with LTPO 2.0 technology. Apple can run into manufacturing issues with vendors when manufacturing display technology for all models, and it can be difficult for vendors to address in the short term.
Apple may change its stance on high refresh rate screens
However, analysts have also suggested that Apple may change its stance on high refresh rate screens on regular iPhone models in 2024. When the iPhone 16 series is launched by the Cupertino-based tech giant.
Apple seems to have decided that the extra money consumers pay to buy an iPhone Pro model requires some additional incentive. That strategy is evident again this year with the debut of LTPO 2.0 technology available through Dynamic Islands. A 48-megapixel primary rear camera, and ProMotion displays.
Prices for iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max in India start at Rs 1,29,900 and Rs 1,39,900 respectively. Both models are already on the market, both online and offline.