With the newest iPhone 15 launch, several features and new enhancements have arrived. From replacing the stainless steel with an elegant titanium design, introducing the tiny customizable Action button, enhanced voice isolation mode, most awaited USB-C port, and more. Regardless of providing such impressive features, the most interesting feature that is exclusive to iPhone’s Pro models is AOD or Always on Display.
Moreover, this feature was first introduced with the iPhone 14 Pro series, and now Apple has continued the same custom in its next and latest iteration, iPhone 15 Pro models, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. Meanwhile, Always on Display dims the Lock screen while keeping information like time, widgets, and several app notifications visible by just using minimal power. Additionally, your iPhone’s display will turn off automatically in order to save battery life when you are not using your phone.
iPhone’s Pro models have an always-on display. Could it come to the standard iPhone model 15 & 15 plus, too?
It is true that the new iPhone 15 Pro models feature Always on Display, unfortunately, you will not find this feature in iPhone’s standard models, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. This is due to the reason that the iPhone 15 doesn’t have the LTPO (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide) technology, which lets users switch the screen refresh rate from 120Hz while scrolling to 1Hz while the phone is not in use.
How to enable or disable the Always on Display feature on iPhone 15 Pro models?
Here are the steps for you to follow if you want to enable or disable the AOD feature on your iPhone 15 Pro models:
- Move to Settings app.
- Select the Display & brightness tab.
- Scroll down and tap on the Always on Display option.
- Tap on the Always on Display toggle to turn it on.