For this year’s iPhone lineup, Apple will reportedly include True Tone displays on all three models, a research note by Barclays analysts obtained by MacRumors said.

The iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8 will come with "full spectral sensing" ambient light sensor for the purpose of a "True Color" screen, the analysts said.

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True Tone is currently available on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. The feature allows the tablet to automatically adjust the color and intensity of its display depending on the environment. For example, if a room has a yellow, dim lighting, the tablet’s display will switch to a warm color, and if the iPad is used outside on a cloudy day, the screen’s color will adjust to a cool blue tone.

To offer True Tone, the iPad uses advanced four-channel ambient light sensors to adapt to the environment, Apple explains. The feature is similar to Night Shift, currently available on iPhones.

True Tone on the iPad Pro was likely introduced to compete with other tablets, such as the Amazon Kindle, which is easy on the eyes for readers.

Now it seems like Apple is expanding the feature to its smartphones. The analysts said the sensors for the screen will be supplied by Austrian semiconductor manufacturer AMS.

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Apple is expected to release three new models this year, a 4.7-inch model, a 5.5-inch and a 5.8-inch version. The iPhone 7S and 7S Plus are rumored to come with LCD displays, while the iPhone 8 (iPhone X) is expected to feature an OLED screen display.

The iPhone 8 is rumored to come with a 3D-sensing front camera for augmented reality and virtual reality capabilities. Apple is also rumored to ditch the physical home button by embedding the fingerprint sensor.