Since the release of the iPhone 14 series, the Pro version of the Dynamic Island created for the dugout has been sealed in a battle, known as the “masterpiece” of interactive logic. But at present, for ordinary consumers who do not get the phone, everything is only in the perfect vision shown by Apple to show.
In the video shown by Apple, Dynamic Island does manage to perfectly integrate the exclamation point dugout, presenting a deeply bound interaction design that both cleverly hides the dugout and additionally implements many functions, all looking perfect.
However, in a demo by an overseas blogger, last night after the full review was unblocked, Dynamic Island showed its true face in daily use.
As you can see through the screenshots, under the strong light, the so-called Dynamic Island display screen has a huge difference from the dugout, the two are not perfectly integrated, and the overall look is like a product full of bugs.
This experience is bound to be very cut-throat, and this will be a scenario that users will often encounter in the future.
In addition, as mentioned in a large number of bloggers’ reviews, because the Lending Island often needs to click on the digging area, which makes the front lens often in a dirty state, every selfie or video call needs to be especially wiped, the experience is not as good as it should be.