According to investment bank Barclays, Apple plans to include True Tone technology first seen on the 9.7″ iPad Pro on the screens of the new 2017 iPhone. In addition, they include in their report that the sensors that will enable this technology will be supplied by AMS, an Austrian manufacturer dedicated to semiconductors.
Technology seen on iPad to arrive on the 2017 iPhone for the first time
It is very strange that the functions or features of a product like the iPad become part of an iPhone , usually the other way around but this time the iPad could give us a taste of what could be a True Tone screen on the iPhone.
Technology helps the display show us colours according to the light of our environment whether indoors or outdoors, so the technology adapts the colour and brightness intensity on the iPad making it more comfortable to view both during the day and at night.
The statements in the report cite the following:
This is not the first time this rumor has been in the air
Previously, Ming-Chi Kuo did not succeed in the rumor that placed the iPhone 7 with this screen , as now Barclays analysts take into consideration for the iPhone 7S and 8. The assumption was that the iPhone 7 could somehow copy some functions from the iPad Pro screen.
To finish the article, we also place the possibility of the second generation of the iPad Pro of 12,9″ incorporating the True Tone screen of its younger brother. What do you think about these rumors? Have you experienced using the iPad Pro with True Tone technology? Share your thoughts in the comment box.