On September 7, Apple introduced the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, these phones come with a new Dynamic Island feature, which we think is really stolen/taken/inspired by Huawei smartphones. How? Let’s find out.
Before we get straight to the point, let’s find out what Dynamic Island really is.
Apple has banished the notch with a new Face ID module. This main part of the screen consists of a pill shape and a single hole to house Face ID sensors and a selfie camera. Then these two perforations are placed inside a maximized pill-shaped module.
However, Apple got creative with the introduction of Dynamic Island, which reacts when you interact with recent apps, receive notifications, or listen to music. The Face ID area now works like a mini taskbar with a bunch of alerts and showcases.
Did Apple steal the dynamic island feature from Huawei?
On December 26, 2018, Huawei launched the Honor View20 smartphone AKA Honor V20, it was the company’s first phone to feature a punch-hole display. To be mentioned, it was one of the first smartphones in the market to come with such a screen design.
That’s not it, the company has introduced a new Capsule feature. During the call, the phone generates a capsule or pill-shaped animation on the right side of the front camera, indicating the duration of the current call.
Moreover, the feature also reminds users about posture while taking selfies from the front camera. The feature was very smooth and intriguing to consumers.
An example of this is Honor V20, which kicked off a pre-breakup between Honor and Huawei. However, it shows the significant achievement of the company which has become a sensation for the next generation iPhone devices.
Yes, we know that Apple has its own way of doing things, and perfecting what Android makers have already achieved in the past but still it stole from Huawei and presented with the iPhone 14.
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