Recently by Apple iPhone 14 series was launched Meanwhile, the usual notch of 14 pro and pro max phones was removed and a new feature called Dynamic Island was introduced in which the eye part of the front camera was equipped with a pill hole. You may remember we reported earlier.
The Dynamic Island feature is currently in its early stages, so currently most Apple-related apps are working to provide various animations through this and some other third-party apps can also take advantage of it.
Notifications and alerts
1. Incoming calls
When you receive a phone call, it appears via the dynamic island and allows you to answer or reject the call.
2. Face ID
Almost all iPhones use Face ID to authenticate you. It is used in many situations such as unlocking the phone and installing apps. Now it will say that you will be Face ID authenticated through this dynamic island.
3. Connection accessories
When you connect an Apple accessory like AirPods to your iPhone, you will be shown with the battery status of that device.
When you connect the iPhone to the AC Current or Mag Safe battery to charge it through the USB adapter, it dynamically resizes and shows that the iPhone is charged with the current battery level.
5. Air Drop
When you receive a file via Airdrop, we’ve made the animation of this dynamic island look like it’s flying through the air. If you long press it, you can also check the progress of receiving the file.
6. Disable your iPhone
The alert slider notifies you when you switch the phone to ring/silent mode.
7. Focus mode
When you put the iPhone in focus mode, it is also notified.
1. Calls in progress
When you are on a call, its status is displayed here. And for the beauty, the green waves are used when you are talking and the orange waves are displayed very nicely when the other person is talking.
Many third-party apps also use the Apple Call Kit to make calls, so they are featured here as well.
- Built-in call app
- face time
- the voice of google
3. Voice memo (voice recordings)
When you record your voice here it starts and lasts and a wave animation appears when you get the sound. And by long-pressing the pop-up animation through this dynamic island, you can stop/pause the recording and listen to it.
4. Screen recordings
In the voice recordings as well as in the screen recordings it is stated that it started and the duration. Moreover, by long-pressing the pop-up animation through this dynamic island, you can stop/pause the recording and open and watch it via the corresponding app.
5. Camera and microphone indicators
If your mic is in use for any purpose on the iPhone, it will show as an orange dot and if your mic is in use, it will show as a green dot.
Most music streaming apps show the playing status of Dynamic Island. You can see the cover art of the song being played along with a wave animation. At the same time, if you connect your iPhone to HomePod or an Apple TV, the HomePod icon or Apple TV icon will appear instead of the wave animation.
- Apple Music
- youtube music
- Audible (audiobooks)
- Covered (Podcasts)
- Amazon Music
- NPR one
- sound cloud
So, what do you like most about this Dynamic Island feature? In addition to the apps I mentioned in this article, if you know of any apps that can work with this, don’t forget to leave a comment to let others know.