One of the biggest changes to the iPhone 14 Pro is the new Dynamic Island, which hides the front-facing TrueDepth camera, and now third-party software developers are experimenting with alternative ways to exploit the new Dynamic Island.
Because Apple permits third-party developers to build distinct experiences with Dynamic Island, games may be included. Kriss Smolka recently published a Dynamic Island game concept that was inspired by Pong.
The ‘Hit the Island’ game is where a player uses a paddle at the bottom to propel the ball up and hit the Dynamic Island. Smolka stated that there are still some lag difficulties, but the game is “coming out beautiful.”
Aside from the Dynamic Island, we can anticipate to have a variety of experiences depending on how third-party developers interact with it.