The iPhone 14 Pro is rumored to bring back the classic battery percentage indicator (yes, the one with a percentage) And battery level icon side-by-side), according to an alleged mockup shared of the device’s interface Mock Rumors. Pro users may not be stuck with ugly and sometimes unreadable indicators showing Apple’s testing percentage in the iOS 16 beta. Inside Battery symbol.
But Apple’s current version of the indicator on new devices takes the form of a battery icon (without a percentage) that visually shows how much power is left in your phone. It was first introduced on the iPhone X due to the lack of space due to the notch and forces you to swipe to the control center to see the exact percentage.
The iPhone 14 Pro is rumored to swap out the notch for two separate cutouts that form a single, unified pill-shape when the screen is on, allowing enough room to accommodate both the battery icon and percentage. Apple can take advantage of the iPhone 14 Pro’s extra screen real estate by moving the cell service icon to the left side of the screen when the phone is locked, and adding a notification center and battery indicator to the right.
That’s what the tipster showed Mock Rumors How the iPhone 14’s rumored always-on display will look. Users will be able to fully customize the appearance of the screen when their device is locked, to adjust the color of the foreground of their wallpaper (while the rest is dark), thus showing only part of the image. identified by Mock RumorsSource, widgets also appear on the always-on display, but subtly fade in and out to help prevent OLED burn-in. Any notifications pop up at the bottom of the screen with the always-on display before disappearing after about 10 seconds.
The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are rumored to get the bulk of updates that Apple could potentially use to justify the $100 price hike. Whatever Apple’s plans are, we won’t have to wait long to find out. Apple’s Far Out event is just days away on September 7.