According to a display industry analyst named Ross Young, Apple has plans to incorporate the Dynamic Island feature into all four of the iPhone 15 models that will be introduced in the following year. At this time, the functionality is only available on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Young expressed his optimism in a tweet by stating that he anticipates the basic iPhone 15 models would support the Dynamic Island in the next year. However, he does not anticipate that the normal iPhone 15 models will be outfitted with an LTPO display. This suggests that the smartphones will continue to lack support for ProMotion and an option for an always-on display, similar to what is available on the Pro versions.
On the iPhone 14 Pro versions, the Face ID sensors and front camera are contained within a pill-shaped region that is referred to as Dynamic Island. This functionality will work with Live Activities in third-party applications once iOS 16.1 is released later this year. It can display system warnings for things like incoming phone calls and the Face ID login prompt.
Young has a very successful track record thanks to the many accurate predictions he has made in the past. For example, he predicted that the iPhone 13 Pro models, as well as the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, would include ProMotion; that the sixth-generation iPad mini would be equipped with an 8.3-inch display; that the most recent MacBook Air would have a slightly larger 13.6-inch display; and much more.