Apple’s next iPhones may feature True Tone displays, according to a note from Barclays, as reported by MacRumors. Currently, Apple’s True Tone display is only available on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
True Tone displays can alter the appearance of the screen based on the lighting conditions. So when you’re in a room with yellow bulbs or outside in sunlight, your display will look different — and be easier on the eyes.
True Tone is similar to Night Shift in some ways, but Night Shift is solely designed to limit the amount of blue light you take in during evening hours, not as a 24-hour solution.
Barclays says True Tone will be available on all three of Apple’s iPhones, which it’s referring to as the iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus, and iPhone 8. Hopefully that naming structure isn’t the case, or it’ll make for a very confusing fall.