Latest reports inform users that all three anticipated 2017 iPhone variants (iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8) are going to have a True Tone display, a technology that was first used only on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. It seems that this year, it’s going to also come straight to the latest iPhone devices.
MacRumors obtained a fresh Barclay’s report claiming that all three devices are expected to feature the new True Tone display. This technology developed by Apple will allow the screen to shift its shades according to the surrounding environment and atmosphere. It’s quite similar to Night Shift, but it doesn’t just lessen blue light emitting from the display. It doesn’t stop at being activated during night time either. True Tone represents a general solution for whole 24 hours, and it will adjust perfectly the levels of brightness, balance, and also colors. It offers high quality text legibility and maximum color accuracy, being very helpful for reducing the strain on the user’s eyes.
AMS (Austria Mikro Systeme), the semiconductor manufacturer, is claimed to supply this full spectral sensing of environmental light sensor that is required for this new-gen technology. The Barclay’s report states that for the anticipated iPhone models of this year, AMS’c content will increase, thanks to the inclusion of the hi-tech sensor which has already proven its successful functionality in iPadPro. Therefore a material step-up in content is expected, ranging from $0.60 to $1.0.
iPhone 8 future features might also include some advanced wireless charging, 3GB of RAM, an edge-to-edge OLED display with a fingerprint scanner just underneath it, a dual camera in the back of the device, a special feature of augmented reality, a 3D sensor FaceTime camera. It will also sport even more dust & water protection than its previous versions.
We’re eagerly waiting to see the True Tone display on iPhone this year.