## **Based on a report from the supply chain, analyst Ming-chi Kuo claims that Apple will bring an improvement on the Dynamic Island feature of the iPhone 15.** Accordingly, Apple will incorporate the sensor Proximity on Dynamic Island is available on iPhone 15. Proximity sensor is a feature that turns off the iPhone screen when the user is on a call and puts the device close to the ear. In the iPhone 14 Pro, this sensor is located below the display and just below Dynamic Island. But with iPhone 15, Mr. Kuo thinks that the proximity sensor will be located right in Dynamic Island instead of separate, with almost no changes to the Dynamic Island area. This also won’t make any noticeable difference to the user. This method of Apple as a measure to help save costs in production. According to Kuo, Apple will make a change to the specifications of the sensor. It will be a proximity sensor with a wavelength of 940 mm, instead of the 1380 mm of the iPhone 14 Pro. In this case, smaller does not mean worse, rather it offers performance advantages over larger wavelengths. The Dynamic Island system on the iPhone 15 Series will be different from the iPhone 14 Pro. This change will apply to all members of the iPhone 15 series. However, other on-screen features like Always On and ProMotion will be exclusive to Pro members.