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What is Dynamic Island? All you need to know about the Apple 14 Pro and Pro Max new face.

• iPhone 14 has finally launched by Apple, with iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max having slightly upper hand in terms of feature updates, than iPhone 14.

iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max has a new face:

Apple has introduced the notch display of iPhone 14 pro and max with a new twist this time around, with the notch positioned slightly downwards than the regular notch position.

The notch in the latest pro and max model is surrounded by the screen from all sides, and Apple calls it the Dynamic Island.

The notch display, has been modified in a way that makes it a feature rather than a compromise to the face of the phone itself.

Interactive notch in iPhone 14 Pro, Pro Max?

The notch display now works as an additional information bar or the notification bar/hub, the user can either tap on notch or long press it to check out the notifications and or interact with the apps running in background.

Dynamic Island Explained:

Dynamic Island can work with all kinds of apps, features smaller camera unit Apple says it is 31% smaller, a re-engineered proximity sensor which now detects light from behind the display, saving additional space.

The impressive thing about the Dynamic Island is its responsiveness, which according to Apple works with the help of advanced display algorithms, allowing user to interact with the screen area with ease and fun. Animations designed to look and feel like liquid thanks to hardware and software anti-aliasing powered by Apple silicon.

The Dynamic Island feature works well with the design hardware and software, adapting in real time to show important alerts, notifications, and activities.

The Dynamic Island, features a TrueDepth camera, that is redesigned to take up less space on display area.

The third-party apps in iOS 16 that provide information like sports scores and ride-sharing with Live Activities can take advantage of the Dynamic Island, according to Apple.

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