I guess that will happen after everything is transferred over?
Yeah, it asked me when it was done. Problem was, my wife turned off her passcode (you need one on the old phone) and never updated to 16.0 (you need that on the old phone), so it didn’t see the old phone as a source for the sim. So now I am updating her phone to 16.0.That's how it happened for me. And that part went smoothly.
Some initial stuff did not go smoothly. Ended up restoring (with a Lightning cable from my Mac) my new phone from a backup I made earlier this morning of my old phone. Fortunately that worked perfectly.
Regarding cellular transfer... was a little nervous thinking one possible outcome would be neither new or old phones would end up have cellular access.
Someone should do a widget that gives you the blinking red light for notifications (Ala BlackBerry). I'm sure there's a few that would like that - not just for nostalgia either.A bit of feedback on my iPhone 14 ProMax...
I thought Always on Display would be pretty neat and was looking forward to the feature. But...after using it for awhile I decided to turn it off. There's always a clock nearby and/or I'm usually warring my Apple Watch. That takes care of time/date.
I added widgets to show news headlines, stocks, temp, etc. But if my phone is on the table, and AOD is dimmed to the point of needing to pick my phone up, actually opening a news app in a normal display/brightness really ins't a chore. Temperature is already on my watch.
For me...it seems AOD is a halfway feature. Halfway interesting, halfway annoying.
Other than the above, I really like the phone. Need to get a case for it today.