Lately, new emerging smartphone come out from production with a dot on the display frame itself for selfie taking. The little dot that comes handy in video conferencing and id verification scenarios among others.
Apples iPhone 13 was no different and complicated matters a bulging rectangular looking screen space occupation for the camera and other sensors used in the iPhone 13 service delivery. As unwelcoming as it seemed many uses did not notice it and would seldom draw comparison rather with the last iPhone generation (being the iPhone 12).
This year, Apple decided to innovate in this area by giving dynamism to the bulging rectangular looking screen space by turning the space (just for camera and sensor) into an island (a dynamic feature) which can adapt, entertain and increase user emergence into their mobile computing. The attempt at this has turn the dull moment to a piece of feature usable on the iPhone and feature usable than ever in a world of mobile computing where gaming is on the rise.
Huawei is not far from catching onto the similar or even better advantage of the Dynamic Island feature as it has prior implementation of the camera real estate occupation with the Huawei Mate 40 Pro which leave the rest to interactivity and design. Something Huawei does not lack.
Hands on with Dynamic Island
Apple’s Dynamic Island functionality is only available to the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models.