iOS 16.2 beta just fixed one of the biggest iPhone 14 Pro problems

Apple took its sweet time adding an always-on display feature to its phones, introducing it to the iPhone 14 models with this year’s iOS 16 update. However, not everyone liked Apple’s approach to always-on displays, which have been a mainstay of Android phones for some time.

If you think the always-on display on your iPhone 14 Pro is too busy, you’re going to want to grab iOS 16.2 when the software update becomes available this month. A new version of the iOS 16.2 beta just landed with developers, and it gives users the options to turn off some of the features that appear on your screen when always-on mode is enabled.

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