The iPhone 14 Pro was the first Apple in history to introduce the Always on Display option, i.e. always showing notifications and the time. However, unlike what has been going on for years on Android, the iPhone always on works more like an Apple Watch, limiting itself to “dimming” the screen, including background photos. After the iPhone 14 Pro hit the market, many who tried the new feature, activated on the device by default, decided to turn it off because it was too distracting when the phone was in sight. However, there is a trick that makes the iPhone always more like Android, with time and other little information isolated on a black background. To activate it on iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, you’ll need to go to Settings> Full Immersion (select Full Immersion to Use)> Options> Enable Low Light Lock Screen. Now, when the appropriate focus mode is activated, Always On will turn into a simple black screen with relevant information always present, including the widgets of your choice.