There will be a big upgrade in the display of the iPhone 15 Series!: All models of Apple iPhone 15 Series will get the Dynamic Island feature of iPhone 14 Pro. According to the report coming out, this feature will also be given in Apple’s iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus to be launched next year. The traditional notch feature has been given in the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro launched recently.
At the same time, the display with the Dynamic Island feature is available in iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, in which a bin-shaped punch-hole camera notch has been given. However, the LTPO display with 120Hz refresh will be available only in the Pro models of the upcoming iPhone 15 series. In the regular model, the company will use the LCD panel.
Apple analyst Ross Young told that the upcoming iPhone 15 series will get the Dynamic Island feature. However, the LTPO display will not be available in the regular model. If Ross Young’s claim turns out to be true, the regular model of the upcoming iPhone will also support the Pro-Motion display feature. However, it will not get the Always-On feature. It can be offered only in Pro models.
What is Dynamic Island?
The biggest upgrade ever will be seen in the displays of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max launched this year. This time the company has used a display without a physical notch, that is, you will not get any physical notch on the top. It has been replaced by the ProMotion display, in which you will see a bin-shaped notch in the top-notch, which is not just a notch, but you will see all kinds of notifications in it. There is a punch hole for the selfie camera, which is aligned on the right side. On receiving the notification on this digital notch of the iPhone 14 Pro, you will be able to see the details by tapping on it. Apple has named this feature of the display Dynamic Island.
Due to the dynamic island display feature, the iPhone 14 Pro models launched this year make it different from all the iPhones launched so far. Apart from this, another new report related to the iPhone 15 series has come out, according to which, the 3nm TMSC chipset can be used in the iPhone to be launched next year. The current iPhone models are based on 4nm TMSC architecture, which has a processing speed of 3.46 GHz.