One of the main novelties of the new iPhone is the call ‘Dynamic Island’, an alternative to the notch that houses the selfie camera and the sensors necessary for the operation of Face ID. This is also interactive and allows you to perform various actions, such as quickly accessing the music player or checking the timer, among other options.
However, the so-called Dynamic Island is exclusive to the iPhone 14Pro Y 14 ProMax only. On the other hand, the basic models still retain the characteristic look of the company. Nevertheless, that could change next year with the arrival of the iPhone 15.
According to Ross YoungCEO of Display Supply Chain Consulting Company (DSCC), all iPhone 15 models can arrive with the aforementioned integrated Dynamic Island, so from next year it will no longer be an exclusive function for Pro models.
Young mentions that the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will not have a 120Hz screen, nor will there be LTPO technology. As a result, neither model supports the always-on display, one of the hallmarks of the iPhone 14 Pro.
With the arrival of the Dynamic Island in the iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max, Apple will completely eliminate the notch in its iPhone models, since the iPhone SE it retains the top and bottom bezels of the screen, as well as Touch ID as the unlock method.
How is the Dynamic Island that could reach all iPhone 15
It is important to reiterate that the Dynamic Island, accessible to all iPhone 15s, is an alternative to the notch that Apple has included in all its flagship models to date. This is really a nifty way to take advantage of the holes in the screen needed for the various sensors related to the camera and Face ID.
Wearing softwareApple adjusts the camera area and creates different shortcuts for different supported apps.
For example, when something is playing Apple Music either Spotify and the application closes the player quickly jumps to the Dynamic Island. Something similar happens with navigation in the app maps or with timers, among other things.
Users can also interact on this Dynamic Island to perform quick actions. These include checking the path in Apple Mapsskip to the next track, see how much time is left on the timer, and more.
Meanwhile, the system also takes advantage of this Dynamic Island by displaying notifications there. For example, a warning when there is 20% autonomy left or when the iPhone 14 Pro (and perhaps future iPhone 15s) is charging.
This is how you can administer medicines in iOS 16
It is true that something similar could be configured in the Reminders application so that it alerts, but the advantage of the ‘Medication’ application is that it will not only remember that the pills are taken, it will also record when it was done.
In this way, you have data that can be shared with personal doctors or even with family members through the functionality Share Health of iOS 16.
Another feature of Medication is that Different shapes and colors can be chosen for medicines that are entered into the application. This could help older users or their carers on which pill to take at the right time.
Finally, a valuable aspect of having all your medication data stored in one specific place is that it also possible interactions between drugs can be known.