One of the biggest news in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is that the so-called flap has been replaced by a pill-shaped camera hole called the Dynamic Island. What is unique about this solution is that it changes size and shape depending on which function is used.

Many users have appreciated that Dynamic Island is largely invisible when using a dark background image, but Apple will now change that.

In the latest beta version of IOS 16.1 that was sent out the other day, Apple has added a gray frame around the camera hole, something that Macrumors was the first to notice.

Hopefully it will be possible to set yourself whether the frame should be visible or not in the sharp version of IOS 16.1, but that remains to be seen.