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iOS 16.2 Should Fix a Flaw With the iPhone 14 Pro's Always-On Display - CNET

iOS 16.2 Should Fix a Flaw With the iPhone 14 Pro's Always-On Display - CNET

iOS 16.2 Should Fix a Flaw With the iPhone 14 Pro's Always-On Display - CNET
Dec 03, 2022 29 secs

The third beta of iOS 16.2 finally lets you have an always-on display with a black screen.

The 14 Pro's always-on display shows the time and date (along with widgets) against a darkened version of your wallpaper photo instead of a black screen.

The beta version of iOS 16.2, Apple's next iPhone software update, now has controls that let you turn off the wallpaper when the always-on display is active.

That means you can finally have a solid black background for your iPhone's always-on display without changing your lock screen's photo.

Disabling Show Wallpaper gets you a black always-on display.

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