As all are expecting, iPhones will dramatically change in 2017. According to new reports, new information has unveiled a triple upgrade that will make sure we never see these smartphones  the same way as we did before. Apple’s next generation of iPhones will have new screen technology. 

Reports reveal that a “full spectral sensing” ambient light sensor will be added in the iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus as well as iPhone 8 in order to bring Apple’s ‘True Color’ iPad Pro technology to smartphones first time ever. It asserts that Austrian semiconductor manufacturer AMS will supply the sensors.

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[True Tone] uses advanced four-channel ambient light sensors to automatically adapt the color and intensity of the display to match the light in your environment. Which means reading anywhere is more natural and comfortable - almost like looking at a sheet of paper.

(Apple iPad Pro page).

It is a wonderful technology we are assure since we have experienced True Tone on the iPad Pro. It may be bit similar to an overvalued real-time filter. However, it does make reading especially more comfy. This advantage could be even more vital for iPhones than iPads considering the former have much smaller displays that are more difficult to read for extended time. True Tone technology goes with matches back lighting to the environment to improve readability.

In addition, considering that the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus will continue to use LCD while the redesigned iPhone 8 will switch to OLED, this indicates that Apple is not simply striving to catch up to established OLED opponents such as Samsung but exceed them.

The price factor is what is less inspiring. According to estimates the material step-up will rise module cost over 60% on LCD as well as OLED. As this follows on from other cost rises and many reports that the iPhone 8 will begin from more than $1,000 it seems this year will be the year of major price hikes for these phones as well. 

Since Apple’s controversial MacBook Pro upgrades proved in 2016, the firm is not afraid to radically increase the price of its products as it believes the upgrades explain it. However, it does put considerable pressure on the iPhone 8. May be more than any iPhone ever in order to prove it is the revolutionary device for sure – the leaks indicate.