If you like the world of technology, you must know what the True Tone function is. However, in case there is any lack of notion, let us help you remember. The True Tone feature is an enhancement that came with iOS 11 that allows us to adapt the colors of the screen of our device to the environment in which we find ourselves. It debuted with the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, as well as the second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
What True Tone does is that the colors we see on the screen are shown as real as possible and are not influenced by ambient light. It is not the same to see a book in PDF format under the sunlight as at home under a yellow lamp. True Tone makes use of a system of sensors that make this image adapt to ambient light, so the images offer a more natural look. It is an Apple development that can now be imported from Microsoft.
And that's what the Twitter user Albacore (@thebookisclosed) found that among Microsoft's plans could be the development of similar functionalities, in which they would already be working.
Windows will have a TrueTone-like feature on iOS devices, adjusting the screen colors based on the lighting of the environment you are in.
– Albacora (@thebookisclosed) December 13, 2018
IS the conclusion reached by the examination of APIs of the latest build of Windows 10 19H1, which continues to give clues about the new features that may arise. We saw this some time ago when we talked about the possible disappearance of My People, to give just one example.
If in the end it does gain form in reality, Windows 10 would also have a system that would allow Automatically adjust screen color temperature according to the environment, looking like True Tone, offering more natural colors. If you used an Apple product that supports it, you'll understand perfectly what I'm talking about. In my case, the iPhone XS True Tone is a very well calibrated system that offers a high quality image and if Microsoft has achieved something similar …
No more details about this and we do not know when this feature can be released to the public (if at the end they add it in future releases). What we do know is that the company is already working on it and there is a possibility that it will arrive with Windows 10 19H1 in the spring of 2019.