When Apple introduced the always-on display (AOD) feature, many people were surprised at how the company did it.

While AOD on Android goes in the direction of minimalism, Apple seems very 'monumental'. Now, with the latest developer update, Apple is bringing a simpler experience to the AOD screen.

iOS 16.2 beta 3 brings two prominent changes, one related to the implementation of the AOD feature and the other related to Apple Music.

The AOD feature on the iPhone 14 Pro is quite strange compared to what Android is doing, it darkens the screen but still keeps the background image and everything else on the screen fully visible.

With the latest iOS beta, Apple has provided an option to turn off the wallpaper in AOD. Furthermore, if you want to make the AOD experience even simpler, you can also remove notifications.

Many users complained about Apple's complicated AOD when it was released, so this should be a welcome change.

For now, this update is available to those in the developer program.


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