Apple iPhone 8 rumours have been rounds in the tech town for a while now and the latest one simply suggests that all the three iPhones including iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 will come loaded with a True Tone Display, which was introduced in the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
According to a new Barclays report (via AppleInsider) claims that the upcoming iPhones will sport a True Tone display. The technology was earlier exclusive to the smaller 9.7-inch iPad Pro, but it seems we might see it in the new iPhones as well. For those who are not aware, this feature basically changes the colour of the screen depending on the colour and brightness of the light present in the ambient. The latest iPad Pro sports four sensors that measure the ambient light colour and brightness and accordingly match the colour temperature of the display with the ambient lighting condition. If this rumour is believed to be true then it will surely help in making the display more readable and less strainful for the eyes.
The report further highlights that the “full spectral sensing” ambient light sensor are expected to be supplied by Austrian semiconductor manufacturer AMS.“For the expected iPhone 7S models, as well as the iPhone 8, we think ams’s content increases due to the inclusion of its full spectral sensing ambient light sensor, as already seen in the iPad Pro for that device’s True Color screen functionality. We estimate this to be a material step-up in content from the $0.60 range to $1.00,” Barclay’s report notes.
Previously, the Apple is also reported to add the Touch ID (fingerprint scanner) at the back of the device just below the Apple logo. As per a report, iDrop also reveals an image render which hints the Vertical Dual Camera setup along with a fingerprint scanner at the back. Interestingly, the Home Button still remains at the front which looks to be embedded on the display. Further, the front of the device resembles a lot to the newly launched Samsung Galaxy S8 which forces us to assume that this might not be one of the final images renders for the next iPhone 8.