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The Dynamic Iceland feature has been given on the notch of the iPhone 14.
Apple has given a new feature on the phone instead of the front camera and speaker.
iPhone 14 users will be able to see the alerts received on the phone on the notch.

New Delhi. Apple has given a black cutout notch on the top of the iPhone 14. Instead of the front camera and speaker on the notch, users will now get a space where they will be able to see the alerts and background activities received on the phone. This space has been named Dynamic Iceland by the company. It was launched at Apple’s Far Out event held on 7 September.

Apple said in a statement announcing its new release that Dynamic Iceland enables new ways to interact with the iPhone. It has a design that blends the line between hardware and software. It displays important alerts, notifications and activities in real time.

social media discussion
While on one hand Apple’s Dynamic Iceland feature is being praised on social media, on the other hand it has also become a subject of jokes. Tech journalist and podcaster Federico Viticki said Dynamic Iceland was one of his favorite software-related surprises.

people commented
Justine Ezarik, an American YouTuber, tweeted, “An interesting way to hide the camera and Face ID cutouts.” At the same time, commenting on the entertainment website Deadline, Armando Tinoco said, ‘I bought this island with the iPhone 14 Pro. Brilliant marketing of blurring software with hardware.’ Also investor Yuri Sagalov said that Dynamic Iceland was a lesson in how to turn a weakness into a strength.

feature name joke
Not only this, a Twitter user made fun of the name of the feature and said that who called it Dynamic Iceland instead of Notification Center? Another user called it a reference to the popular dating reality show Love Iceland. Indian entertainment editor Tushar Joshi wrote, “I see Apple producing a dating show called ‘Dynamic Iceland’ where everything gets blurry all at once and nobody pays attention to them Is.’

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