Most of them do come with AOD, and unsurprisingly, they all use a similar implementation, with essential data like the current time and the notifications displayed on a black background.
The reason is as simple as it could be, as the black wallpaper reduces the battery impact, while putting the focus on the content that’s important for the user.
AOD on the iPhone 14
We’ve known for a while that Apple was also developing an always-on display feature of its own, and now thanks to 9to5mac, we finally get an early look at how the whole thing is going to work.
As compared to the Android approach we detailed above, Apple wants the always-on display feature to feel much more alive. Instead of a black background, the new AOD feature on the iPhon… (read more)
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