Learn how to change the color tint of your iPhone’s display…
Color blindness can be a hassle at the best of times in the real world, and it’s a problem that remains when using your iPhone to browse the web, examine photographs or generally interact with the user interface.
Thankfully there’s a built-in accessibility setting which adjust the color palette of the display to accommodate for color blindness, making it possible to see tricky colors in a wide range of spectrums. Here’s how it works:
- Open the Settings app and go to Accessibility > Display & Text Size > Color Filters then toggle Color Filters on.
- You’ll see a preview of the effect in the graphic at the top of the screen (scroll it left to see two color charts).
- To fine tune the color spectrum change, tap the filters below the image.
- You can adjust the intensity of the effect using the slider at the bottom of the screen.