In this simple tutorial, we will tell you that “How to Enable/Disable True Tone Display on iPhone 8, iPhone X or iPad Pro“.
True Tone is one of those features that Apple integrates into your devices and apparently “does nothing,” but when you have tried them and you return to a device that does not have it you do not stop missing it.
This function is responsible for automatically adjusting the white balance according to the ambient illumination for a more color reproduction in any situation.
The first device to integrate True Tone was the iPad Pro, is now also present in the iPhone 8 and also in the iPhone X. It is a technology that works automatically and transparently, improving the user experience, but if for any reason not we just convinced we should know that it is possible to disable it and in the following lines we explain how to do it.
Steps to disable or enable True Tone on iPhone 8 or iPhone X
All devices with True Tone come with the active function by default, but if for any reason we want to deactivate it the following steps are:
- Go to the Settings app on your device.
- Enter the Display and brightness option.
- Turn off the True Tone switch or turn it on if you want to re-enable the function.
Disable or enable True Tone from the Control Center on iPhone
The iOS 11 Control Center also allows us to enable or disable True Tone in a faster way, so the steps to follow are:
- Open the Control Center by sliding a finger from the bottom of the screen up.
- Long press the brightness button.
- Touch the bulb icon on the bottom right to turn it off or on.
And that’s it, with either of these two options you can disable or enable True Tone on iPhone 8, iPhone X or iPad Pro.