Apollo update transforms the iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic Island into a home for ‘Pixel Pals’

They only arrived yesterday, but developers are already dreaming up fun and interesting use cases for Apple’s new . take creator Christian Selig, for example. On Friday, he updated his Reddit client to include support for “Pixel Pals.” The feature adds a critter that does cute things on your phone’s dynamic island while you have Apollo open. You can even choose between multiple creatures, including a cat, dog, hedgehog, fox, or axolotl.

If you don’t have an iPhone 14 Pro or Pro Max, don’t worry. You can also add the creatures to your phone as lock screen widgets – provided you have it installed. On the subject of iPhone widgets, Google has teased one that serves as a link to .

Selig isn’t the only person doing something creative with the iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic Island. Spotted in a tweet by WaterMinder creator Kriss Smolka stated Hit the island, a game that uses the UI element for a Pong-style game. You can download it from. I can only speak for myself but these apps make me a little jealous that I’m still rocking an iPhone 12.

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