Color Filters can be applied to iPhone and iPad screens, offering a way to adjust the color and color of the device’s screen. This can help if you feel the iPhone or iPad screen is too yellow, warm, blue, or cold. And of course, if you have color blindness or some other visual disturbance, you might find adjusting the color on the device’s screen also useful. Anyone can easily try Color Filter on an iOS or iPadOS device for quick and easy color adjustments on their device’s screen.
Color Filter is one of the many accessibility features offered by iOS and iPadOS. With this, you can not only adjust the hue and color intensity, but also have a predefined filter for the color blindness conditions of Truteropia, Tritanopia and Protanopia. Overall, you can adjust the color on the screen as you like.
If you are interested in utilizing this feature, read on because we will guide you through the steps needed to use Color Filters on iPhone and iPad.
How to Use Color Filters on iPhone & iPad
Enabling Color Filters on iOS devices is a fairly straightforward and straightforward procedure, but just turning on this feature won’t make a difference. Just follow the steps below to get started.
- Open “Settings” from your iPhone or iPad home screen.
- In the settings menu, scroll down and tap on “Accessibility” to continue further.
- Next, tap on “Display & Text Size” located under the Vision category.
- Here, scroll down and tap on “Color Filter” as shown in the image below.
- Now, use the switch to turn on the Color Filter. If you are color blind, you can choose one of three filters according to your condition.
- If you want to adjust the color of your screen, select “Color Tinting” and use the slider below to adjust the hue and intensity according to your preferences.
There is enough for that. Now you know how to access and use Color Filters on your iPhone and iPad.
Before you make adjustments to your color display device, make sure Night Shift is not activated on your device because it also makes the display appear much warmer than usual.
Apart from these three filters for color blindness, there is also a Grayscale filter that can be used to turn your iPhone’s screen into black & white. Grayscale can help with smartphone addiction, because the idea here is to make your phone less enjoyable to use.
Not all iPhones and iPads have the ideal white dot when they leave the factory. So, if you feel that the display on your iPhone or iPad looks slightly yellowish or bluer than usual, you can use the Color Tint feature to improve the tone in seconds. We have even discussed certain issues before with some iPhone models, but not all users are affected, and some users also like the various warmers or coolers of some screen calibration.
In addition, iOS has several other accessibility features that can help people with visual or hearing impairments such as VoiceOver, Magnifier, closed captions, Live Listen, etc. For example, with the Live Listen feature, you can use AirPods as a hearing aid.
We hope you can use Color Filters to adjust the appearance of your iPhone and iPad to your liking.