If you have a recent iPhone, iPad Pro, or 2018 MacBook Pro, you may have a new switch in your display settings. True Tone is made to look natural, and it works.
True Tone made an appearance in the 201
And you know what? It does a pretty good job.
What Exactly Is True Tone Doing?
Apple is using multichannel sensors to monitor the surrounding light and then adjust the display to match. That means you go about your life and the light changes, you want to see your iPhone, iPad Pro, or MacBook Pro's display changes, too. If you're in direct sunlight, True Tone wants to get more natural without blowing them out. If you're in a room with white lights, True Tone is ready to make it look good.
It's difficult to describe in words, but once you've used True Tone enabled , you'll never want to go back.
Should You Use True Tone?
As much as we think it is, there are downsides. True Tone disabled so you can make sure you see your work in its unfettered state. It's impossible to paint on your MacBook Pro or iPad Pro. True Tone requires just a simple flick of a switch.
How to Enable and Disable True Tone on iPhone or iPad Pro
To get started, open the Settings app and select "Display & Brightness. "
To enable or disable True Tone, flick the relevant switch to the on or off position.
How to Enable and Disable True Tone on a MacBook Pro
To start, click the Apple logo in the bar and select menu "System Preferences."
Next, click the "Displays" preference pane.
Finally, click the "Display" tab.
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