Well well well, look whose d*ck fell out of their pants again. It’s uhh Apple’s. Their d*ck fell out. They totally leaked the always-on display, like it’s not even hard to find dude – let’s take a looksie!
One of the contributors over at MacRumors, Steve Moser, took note of some suspicious and interesting Lock Screen features present in the Xcode 14 beta. It confirms one of the features we’ve been anticipating the always-on display to have: widgets and complications.
An iOS dev, @rhogelleim on twitter, also noted that you can see a black and white version of a normally full-color image on the Lock Screen as well.
Like the always-on screen on the Apple Watch, it looks like the iPhone 14 Pro’s will feature complications and images that “simplify” once the always-on mode is triggered. This is all pretty textbook always-on display tech, but it’s always cool to see Apple put their Apple-y spin on stuff.
The better looking version of Jon Prosser, Sam Kohl (@iupdate), made a great real-life representation of the always-on display using a mockup by 9to5Mac and it looks pretty darn snazzy if I do say so myself.
Ahhh I love a good leak, thanks for giving us the info Apple. Could you also do us a favor and just leak the entire iPhone 14 line, all Series 8 Apple Watch models and the Apple Car while you’re at it? Thanks.