Things you need to know about iPhone 7

Things you need to know about iPhone 7

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Things you need to know about iPhone 7: The latest iPad 9.7- inch iPad Pro by Apple has been receiving a lot of rave reviews for its display. After the recent tests the display specialist website i.e. DisplayMate has been termed as the display on iPad Pro 9.7 as a Truly impressive a top performing display and a big upgrade to the display on the latest iPad Air 2.iPhone 7

Things you need to know about iPhone 7

It is by far a one of the best performing mobile LCD display is that we have ever tested. It also broke many performance records.

The report also speculates that the display enhancements on 9.7- inch could give a hint at the what’s in store for the latest iPhone 7. According to the DisplayMate, as Apple likes to expand new and latest technology across its product line, an educated guess for upcoming iPhone 7 is that its display could have been a small version of the iPad pro 9.7.

Improvements could also include adding of the new DCI- P3 Wide Color of Gamut and also an addition of Anti – Reflection coating that could be lower the screen Reflectance from the current iPhone 4.6% down up to 1.7 % it consider a factor of almost 3 improvements. Both of these would improve the iPhone screen readability and performance in high ambient of light. If Apple upgrades the Ambient Light sensors than the True Tone could be added to measure color in addition to the Brightness.

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One more rumor is also coming out of Japan that Apple is going to use same Smart Connector technology as was used in 9.7 inch iPad Pro in the latest iPhone 7. Last year, Apple launched the Smart Connector with the iPad Pro. The new magnetic port can connect the Company’s Smart Keyboard and will supply a power that will sans Bluetooth connection.

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  • The iPad Pro has the highest absolute color accuracy for any display for both the color gamut’s i.e. 1.35 JNCD
  • 511 nits of the highest peak brightness a full size tablet
  • lowest screen reflectance up to 1.7 %.
  • Highest contrast of rating in high ambient light up to 301
  • With viewing angle of the smallest color variation is of 2.0 JNCD