Back in 2016 one of the more underrated features of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro was the fact that it came with a “True Tone” display. Now it seems that if the predictions of investment bank Barclays were to come true, Apple’s 2017 iPhones are expected to come with the display technology.

For those who are unfamiliar with True Tone displays, these could in a way be thought of as a more advanced version of Night Shift, which basically makes displays warmer and eliminates blue light which is said to mess with a person’s sleep cycle. With True Tone, it goes beyond that as thanks to the use of sensors, it will be able to detect the light temperature around it and adjust the display’s color and intensity to match its surroundings.

This means that in theory, the display should always be giving users the best look possible regardless of where they are. However like we said, so far the technology has only made its way into the 9.7-inch iPad Pro as even the larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro does not have the feature, so Apple’s iPhones could beat it to the punch.

The report from the bank claims that all of Apple’s 2017 models will sport the new feature, as opposed to being limited to a particular model, like the rumored iPhone Edition. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but it is a piece of tech that we would not mind seeing in the iPhone.

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