If you’re looking at your iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max and wish its Dynamic Island stood out a bit more, you’re in luck. With the upcoming iOS 16.1 update, it looks like you’re going to get your wish.
The latest iOS 16.1 beta, as reported MacRumorsAdds a new gray border to dynamic islands under certain conditions.
Movement means it’s easy to spot at times when it might otherwise blend into the background. This means that anyone with dark wallpapers or using dark mode will see a gray border around the Dynamic Island when it’s in use.
This means that any time Dynamic Island is active, such as music playback or displaying other alerts, the border will appear.
However, that same border will disappear when Dynamic Island isn’t in use or when the iPhone is locked, MacRumors notes. If you use light wallpaper, you won’t see the border.
The border does not appear on light-colored wallpapers where the Dynamic Island outline is already visible, and it disappears when the iPhone is unlocked or when Dynamic Island is not in use. If you play music or use an app that displays content on the dynamic island, the border will reappear.
Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max offer Dynamic Island, and Apple is still tweaking its look and functionality.
The iOS 16.1 beta is now available to developers as well as those in the public beta program. It is expected to be released to the public in the coming weeks.
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