The Patent Office US rereleased a new Apple patent detailing a True Tone identical technology to screen "small" iPad Pro .
In the reports, Apple states that its objective is to obtain an advanced display technology that allows "the colors appear as they would in a printed paper".
True Tone technology will reach more devices
True Tone system is one of the reasons why the iPad screen Pro is the best on the market today . But Apple could choose to include OLED screens, which would also be compatible with True Tone.
The patent also suggests the technology could be applied in different sized devices, such as Apple Watch wearable screens or larger screens such as an iMac.
Apple mentioned in the patent, a True Tone screen automatically adjust the light itself issued based on its setting. For example, in a dark room, the screen mimetizará to provide less illumination.
This system would be similar to the characteristics of the Night Shift function of iOS 9.3, which allows users to sleep more soundly by reducing levels of blue light on the screen.
But, while Night Shift is available on iPhone and iPad, True Tone is a unique feature of the 9.7 - inch iPad Pro. While this may change in the not too distant future ...