iPhone 14 Pro Features Hidden Toggle to Enable Black-and-White Always-on Display Mode: Report

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iPhone 14 Pro reportedly has a hidden toggle to enable black-and-white always-on display mode. The way to get the black-and-white mode is to use a long-standing Focus mode setting that is called the Dim Lock Screen. This setting will fully darken the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max in always-on mode. A recent report had indicated that iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max demand has apparently increased in the last few days and Apple has asked Foxconn to boost the production of the Pro models.

According to a recent report by 9To5Mac, the iPhone 14 Pro features a hidden toggle which will enable the users to switch on the black-and-white always-on display.

As mentioned earlier, the black-and-white always-on mode can be turned on by using a long-standing Focus mode setting called the Dim Lock Screen. This setting is said to be able to fully darken the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max while in always-on mode.

In order to enable the mode, users can go to Settings> Focus> Options> Enable Dim Lock Screen​​. The Dim Lock Screen will be set in motion upon activating the focus mode. This will cause the lock screen to transform into a black-and-white display when the iPhone 14 Pro goes into always-on display mode.

To recall, a recent report had indicated that iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max demand has apparently increased in the last few days and Apple has asked Foxconn to boost the production of the Pro models. The Cupertino-based company has asked the production lines of the iPhone 14 to be switched to the iPhone 14 Pro models. The development comes about a week after reports had indicated that the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max seem to have better demand as compared to the non-Pro models.


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