‘True Tone’ displays, the ambient light technology featured in the company’s 9.7-inch iPad Pro, will be included in Apple’s next generation iPhone, according to investment bank Barclays as reported by Macrumors.
The next iPhone, which still hasn’t been announced, will feature a “full spectral sensing” ambient light sensor allowing for True Tone display, says Barclays.
True Tone display, currently featured in the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, alters the appearance of the screen based on the surrounding light. The display of the iPad also changes whether your inside or outside.
Currently, Night Shift mode is available on iOS devices, however, it doesn’t work the same as a True Tone display. Night Shift mode, a feature available in all iOS 9.3 devices and above, limits how much blue light is emitted from the display. While Night Shift mode is good for the night, True Tone is designed to make looking at the screen easier on your eyes regardless of time or location.
We’ll most likely find out more about True Tone display and the new iPhone devices at some point this Fall. Until then, however, here’s how to enable Night Shift mode on your Apple iPhone.