The iPhone 14 Pro has a clever new dynamic island that obscures the front-facing TrueDepth camera hardware.
Third-party app developers are already experimenting with ways to take advantage of the new iPhone capabilities.
Apple is allowing third-party developers to create dynamic island experiences, which can end up with games.
Chris Smolka, developer of apps like WaterMinder and HabitMinder,
Today shared a simple dynamic island game idea modeled after Pong
In the demo, the "Hit the Island" game uses a paddle on the bottom to send a ball onto a dynamic island.
The goal is to hit the island and bring it to life.Smolka said the game is getting better
It has some lag issues to overcome, it remains to be seen if Apple will allow this type of game involving Dynamic Island.
There are implementations that we can expect to see after the launch of the iPhone 14 Pro models this Friday.