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New iPhone Red Screen Tint in iOS 10 to Preserve Night Vision

14 Sep 2016, 03:02 UTC
New iPhone Red Screen Tint in iOS 10 to Preserve Night Vision
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This new iOS 10 feature lets you filter your iPhone screen with different color tints. A red tint throughout the entire phone is a quick trick for astronomy and stargazing to preserve dark vision. Previously, individual astronomy and stargazing apps would let you tint the screen red for night mode, but now you can change the tint of the entire phone with a red filter using accessibility features that are brand new in the latest iOS update.Red color tint accessibility feature in iOS 10I'd love to show you a screenshot of the new feature, but it's actually a color overlay so the screenshots show up the original colors. This makes sense, because that's the only way it could work across all different apps without adjusting each individual app features. This also means that it's not necessarily optimized for all of the apps you might use, but it's a quick and dirty trick to make everything tinted red.Go to General > Accessibility > Display Accommodations > Color Filters > Color Tint General: Accessibility: Display AccommodationsDisplay Accommodations: Color FiltersColor Filters: Color Tint: Hue all the way to the right: Intensity all the way to the rightSimilar apps are available for Android devices, ...

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