The Dynamic Island from the iPhone 14 Pro has been ported to the iPad in a new idea that uses Apple’s new user interface design and software and hardware integration approach to deliver iPad-specific controls and functionality.
The iPad Pro in Parker Ortolani’s concept has minimal bezels and a pill-shaped cutout for the TrueDepth system and a front-facing camera that would be located on top of the device when it is in landscape mode. The concept shows DI employing the pill-shaped cutout to provide contextual information to iPad users across the full top of the display in the status bar, just like on the iPhone 14 Pro.
Dynamic Island Will Allow iOS To Work On iPad
In one situation, DI on the iPad might be used to display pertinent Safari controls, such as Translate, Reader mode, and the active tab. The idea also takes into account using DI for multitasking controls with “Island Menus” in other situations. The arrangement of the DI and pill-shaped cutout suggests that the iPad can only be used in landscape mode.
Given that Dynamic Island is still a new feature for Apple, the idea is totally hypothetical and inventive, and the company may decide to wait a few years, if at all, before introducing it to other devices. Users have unanimously praised Dynamic Island on the iPhone 14 Pro, with some describing it as “Apple’s best design in years.” The front camera and Face ID sensors each have their own distinct cutouts on the screen of the iPhone 14 Pro.
Using the iPhone Simulator, a tool that enables developers to test out iOS apps directly on a Mac, we were able to replicate the many Dynamic Island solutions that Apple has worked on.