Today we decided to devote 360 degrees a tutorial to the much-loved iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus of Apple, devices that until now have managed to get a good number of sales.
The penultimate iPhone models of the Californian company, 8, 8 Plus and X, for those who do not know include a function that takes the name of True Tone, this feature much appreciated, automatically adjusts the balance of brightness and brightness of the screen of the iPhone to fit in the best possible way to the lighting that surrounds you outside or in a special room.
There are no better words than those provided by Apple itself to explain the new function True Tone, which is not just software but works with new ultra-smart sensors. All the devices that support True Tone use advanced multichannel sensors in order to adjust the color and intensity of the screen so as to perfectly match the ambient light, to ensure that the images are as natural as possible.
True Tone on iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus, here’s how to turn it off
At the time of the very first configuration of a new iPhone X, 8 or 8 Plus, iOS itself advises whether or not to enable True Tone.
If you have activated True Tone by mistake, you can safely disable it at a later time, here’s how:
- Open the settings of your iPhone;
- Go in brightness;
- Disable the inherent switch to True Tone.
Once True Tone is disabled, you will immediately notice a sharp change in brightness and an adjustment of the colors of your iPhone’s screen.
Turn off True Tone on iPhone? Why do it?
The reason why several people prefer to keep the True Tone function turned off is inherent in the fact that the functionality changes the colors and brightness of the screen a bit. If you are looking at a photo, a movie or anything else, you may notice small imperfections in the colors and brightness of the content. Finally, we also recommend taking a look at the guide on.