Always-On Display is more likely to appear on new iPhones. Earlier, the founder of research companies Display Supply Chain Consultants and DisplaySearch Ross Young said he expects such a feature in the line of iPhone 14, and now this is said by Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman (Mark Gurman).
According to him, Apple is actively working on a feature to launch with future smartphones this year. True, only for the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, but this is to be expected.
Older models are expected to receive new OLED screens with support for frequencies from 1 Hz, which will make the Always-On Display function as energy efficient as possible.