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iPhone 8 first in the industry to get display with True Tone

In September of this year Apple announces its new iPhone jubilee 8. Five months before the official launch, thanks to numerous leaks, we can get an idea about what will be new and how it will differ from its predecessors. On Friday, Barclays revealed one of the main trumps of the new smartphone.

Apple has improved the display of the iPad Pro in several respects. Screen 9.7-inch gadget is 25% brighter than the iPad Air 2 has a wider color gamut that allows you to earn 25% more color saturation and 40% less prone to glare. In addition, the tablet screen has received support unique technology of adaptation of the colour temperature True Tone.

iPad Pro is among the first devices from Apple display with True Tone. It involves the use of four special sensors that monitor ambient light and adjust the colour temperature of your screen for a perfect perception of the image.

The tablet four light sensor that automatically adjusts the screen color to the ambient light. According to the source, the new iPhone 8 Apple is implementing the same technology.

“According to our data, the iPhone 7s, iPhone 8, will cost more due to the presence of full-spectrum light sensor, which are present in the iPad Pro with the function True Color,” the analysts said. To put the sensors for the new Apple smartphones will be the company AMS.

Therefore, the iPhone release in 2017 will be the first smartphone that supports this technology. But the company will probably limit myself to two sensors, which will be located at the top of the smartphone. The necessity of this decision don’t even need to argue, the first movement in this plane Apple has already done with Night Shift mode in iOS 9.3.

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