Some users of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and newer models have begun to complain that the screens of their smartphones are a little yellow compared to the displays of the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s.
No, there is no factory marriage here – the usual color is set by standard iOS methods. However, this “problem” helped me recall one of the ways to customize the display of the iPhone and iPad.
Why iPhone Screen Turned Yellow?
When it comes to yellowness of the iPhone display, first of all, you should make sure that you do not have the Night Shift mode active:
- Open Settings -> Display & Brightness;
- Insure that Night Shift mode is Off.
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iPhone Screen Color Calibration
If you are convinced that it is not Night Shift mode, then follow the instructions below:
- Go to Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> Display Accommodations;
- There is such a menu section as Colour Filters;
- Activate Colour Filters bar;
- Scroll down and select the “Colour Tint”;
- After that, you can adjust the intensity and tint for your own like.
Since everyone has their own color, in which he is comfortable looking at the screen of a smartphone or tablet, this is a great opportunity to make the eyes tired of the display noticeably less. Initially, the “Colour Filters” function was intended for people with disabilities, but quickly became popular among other users.
As for the yellowness of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus screens and earlier models, which I spoke about at the beginning, it is also removed by adjusting the tints and intensity.