The iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus aren’t the first Apple devices equipped with this feature. The iPad Pro already has it, and users highly appreciate it. The difference between True Tone Display and Night Shift mode, is that the first uses information from sensor and adjusts the display accordingly, while Night Shift relies on the current time and your geographical location to determine when it’s best used. Night Shift is only able to adjust the brightness and display color only to a warmer temperature in order to improve low light reading, while True Tone is much more accurate and versatile.
How To Enable True Tone Display
The iPhone models that support this feature have it enabled out of the box. However, if you want to double-check the setup, or if you wish to turn it off, perform the following steps:
1. Open the Settings app from the Home Screen.
2. Tap on Display & Brightness.
3. Tweak the True Tone Display setting.
Fact: The Night Shift settings are available in the same menu.
Tip: Other new features of the 2017 iPhone flagships include the A11 bionic chip, 4k video recording at 60fps, Portrait Lightning and Face ID (iPhone X).