The New iPhone iPhones are already out, as usual. We are talking about the new iPhone 14, iPhone
14 Mini, iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. This year not much was changed compared to
the iPhone 13 models despite the fact the pro models of the 14 th Gen have significant innovations.
These include the removal of the notch and replacement with a more covert pill-shaped feature.
More importantly, Apple has developed the Dynamic Island feature, an interface that uses the pill’s
architecture, to avoid seeming to be years behind Android devices. As usual, some Android
ecosystems have rushed to emulate this innovation.
This is how the Redmi K60 might be released with an MIUI version with a Dynamic Island-like option.
However, since its actual utility has yet to be shown, from our perspective, it merely serves as a
marketing tool that enables us to claim, “it’s like on the iPhone.”
Dynamic Island’s design for the iPhone 14 Pro prioritizes hiding the pill to provide a more unified
display. However, it is not necessary on Android since widgets may quite well handle the purposes of
A developer has created an application called “DynamicSpot,” which adopts the concept of Dynamic
Island, understanding that there would be a need for it. It mimics many of the features provided by
the iOS UI while still in development and adds customization options.
With the help of this program, the user may customize the alerts that will show on the screen, alter
DynamicSpot’s style, size, and location, and even decide to display two pop-up notifications
A $4.99 premium edition is available to open up more possibilities. They provide you access to
single-tap and long-press functions and the option to show the DynamicSpot on the lock screen.