With the launch of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, Apple introduced an updated design that does away with the notch at the
front for the TrueDepth camera. Instead, Apple has slimmed down the hardware and put the proximity sensor under the display, allowing
for a smaller pill-shaped cutout.
As we learned during the rumor cycle, the new cutout consists of a circle for the camera and a second pill-shaped cutout for the True
Depth hardware, but Apple has combined these into a single cutout that it is calling the Dynamic Island Ios 16 Notch. We thought we’d
take a closer look at the Dynamic Island, which is one of the most clever user interface changes Apple has implemented in recent years.
Disclaimer: This application is not the original application and is not from the same company. This application is guide to help users how to use the Dynamic Island Ios 16 Notch