Turn on Invert Colors
Subscriber Account active since. Apple has always made the iPhone's display user friendly. Depending upon your specific sight needs, you can invert the colors on the phone — making it easier to read the screen if you have low vision or sensitivity to certain bright colors — dim the white point, or apply color filters and tint the screen to accommodate color blindness. If you have light or color sensitivity, you can invert the colors on your iPhone's display to reduce eye strain. Apple includes two kinds of color inversion: Classic and Smart Invert.
Turn on Color Filters
With iOS accessibility features for the display, you can enlarge your text, make it bold, increase contrast, apply color filters, use Smart Invert, control auto-brightness, and more. If you benefit from viewing items against a dark background, you can use Invert Colors to change how content is displayed on your screen. Smart Invert reverses the colors on the display, except for images, media, and some apps that use dark color styles. If you have color blindness or other vision challenges, you can use Color Filters to help you differentiate between colors. Color Filters can change the look of things, like pictures and movies, so you might want to use it only when needed. You'll see three examples of color spaces to help you select an option that fits your needs. Swipe left or right on the examples to find a filter that works best for you.
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