Samsung’s Always On Display (AOD) feature has been around for years, available to the company’s flagship and mid-range phones, you’ll find the AOD feature on all of the best Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
This is a handy feature, as you can check the date/time and know if you have any unread notifications just by glancing at your phone’s screen.
Now, Apple had to change and bring a Samsung-like AOD implementation. In the latest iOS 16.2 beta, Apple introduced a much-needed AOD feature for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
With the latest iOS beta update, Apple now has the option to turn off wallpapers in AOD. Also, you can remove notifications if you want to make your AOD experience cleaner.