Always On Display improvements
So, how to make use of the new additions to the Always On Display feature? Simple, just head to your main Settings app and look for Always On Display under the Display menu. Previously, there used to be a regular toggle for the Always On Display, but with iOS 16.2, this one is substituted for a clickable menu element, which opens a dedicated menu page. Inside, you can easily toggle whichever Always On Display elements you wish to keep, as seen in the screenshots below:
For reference, here’s what an iPhone 14 Pro Max looked like with Always On Display enabled prior to iOS 16.2 (we’ve thrown in a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra for good measure as well):
What is Always On Display?
The Always On Display functionality is sadly not present on the older iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, which also have displays with adaptive refresh date, but lack the ultra low 1Hz refresh rate threshold and can only go as low as 10Hz.
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