How to Use Color Filters in iOS 10 on iPhone or iPad

With the release of iOS 10, Apple has apparently revamped its Accessibility feature for iPhone and iPad. It seems that Apple has taken care of users’ most delicate part, i.e. eyes. This is why Apple has given a special feature in Display Accommodations to Reduce White Point in iOS 10.

‘Color Filters’ is a new feature added to Accessibility kitty by Apple in iOS 10. This feature helps you view your screen in a soothing brightness that is not harmful to your eyes. As a matter of fact, Accessibility offers some of the best facilities for users. You can explore many features under sections like VISION, GRAYSCALE, INTERACTION, HEARING, MEDIA & LEARNING.

Now let’s check how you can use Color Filters on your iPhone/iPad enabled by iOS 10.

How to Use Color Filters on iPhone/iPad Running on iOS 10

Step #1: Open Settings app on your iOS device.

Step #2: Tap on General.

Step #3: Now tap on Accessibility.

Step #4: Under the VISION section, you need to toggle Display Accommodations ON.

Step #5: Now tap on Color Filters.

Step #6: You need to toggle the option ON.

Step #7: Here, you will notice a few color options like Grayscale, Red/Green Filter, Green/Red Filter, Blue/Yellow Filter, and Color Tint.

Step #8: You can now adjust Intensity and Hue as per your choice.

Step #9: Once it is done, exit the Settings and check the effect on your eyes.

This is how you can use Color Filters on your iPhone/iPad running on iOS 10.

If you don’t want to use Color Filters, you can toggle OFF this feature by following a few easy steps mentioned below.

How to Toggle Color Filters OFF in iOS 10 in iPhone/iPad

Follow the first five steps as mentioned above.

Step #6: Now toggle Color Filters OFF.

This is how you can turn off Color Filters on your iOS device.

Accessibility offers some of the great features for users, who have poor eyesight. They should explore features like VocieOver, which speaks items on the screen; other useful feature is Zoom, which magnifies entire iPhone/iPad screen so that users can get a better picture while interacting with their devices.

Among many other cool features, I like AssistiveTouch. This virtual button floats on your iPhone or iPad screen and works same as the physical button. If you ask me why anybody should use AssistiveTouch, let me tell you that iPhone and iPad’s physical button may get damaged over a period of time. To replace this button, you will have to shell out many bucks. Therefore, AssistiveTouch is a better option in the event of iPhone Home button not working or unresponsive.

You should now explore entire Accessibility feature on your iPhone/iPad. Find out the best features and start using all to make your life more comfortable. And if you stumble across any technical or non-technical glitch, raise your question here. We will try our best to help you. Share your feedback with us on FacebookTwitter and Google Plus. We are happy to help!

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