Apple iPhone 8 Could Come With Ambient Light Sensor

With tons of leaks and speculations spreading over the internet on a daily basis, the Apple iPhone 8 is among the most awaited smartphones of this year. There are of course several expectations of Apple’s next iPhone but one doesn’t know which ones are true and which aren’t. While we are waiting for the phone to launch in the September event of Apple, there are new that the next Apple flagships – iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus, and iPhone 8 – will be coming with an ambient light sensor using which the device will reap the benefits of the atmospheric light.

The iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8 could be coming with an ambient light sensor
The iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8 could be coming with an ambient light sensor

For the first time, Apple’s next generation iPhones are going to sport “True Color iPad Pro” screen technology. Forbes reports, that “the screen technology uses advanced four-channel ambient light sensors to automatically adapt the colour 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.”

The technology is believed to be arriving in iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus, as well as iPhone 8.

While nobody’s quite sure what Apple might be launching in 2017, there are tons of speculations surrounding iPhone 8. We lately covered a real looking concept image of the iPhone 8 that focuses on display and incredible design. Apart from this, one news that we really liked is that the i{Phone 8 could be coming with facial recognition capabilities. It’s aimed to make the device as secured as possible. As per reports, Samsung is really pitching the technology hard to banks and Apple is unlikely to stay behind and do nothing.

Apple has acquired RealFace, a startup specializing of facial recognition technology, last month the rumors isn’t exactly baseless. Besides the facial recognition technology, an iris scanner is being expected to make transactions fairly secure. With Apple remaining thoroughly tight-lipped, guess we’ll have to wait for Apple’s September event to answer all our burning questions.

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