How to Invert Colour and Use the Colour Filters on iPad and iPhone

by Hayate Abul Digital Marketing

Inventing new colours along with greyscale is a feature given below the Display and the Text Size section of Accessibility. For people who are colour blind, Apple has added a unique feature colour filter that helps them to see and recognize the colour easily. Activating this colour filter is effort free, so let’s move to it.

iPad and iPhone

How to Invert Colours

Enabling the invert colour feature will be helpful for eyes and you can sense the colour and brightness of the device easily. Users whose eyesight are weak or have colour blindness will be able to see the screen and objects more clearly.

  1. Open “Settings”
  2. Click “Accessibility.”
  3. Click “Display & Text Size.”
  4. Toggle on to “Smart Invert” or “Classic Invert” option. Smart invert option will reverse the colours on Display, media, images, and some apps that are on dark mode are not included. Classic invert will change every colour.

How to Reduce White Point

Once the White point option is activated, it decreases the brightness of bright and white colours on screen. This feature not just dim the brightness, but it possesses a thin transparent layer across the device’s screen that isn’t just bright. It also helps those users who are brightness sensitive.

  1. Open “Settings”
  2. Click “Accessibility.”
  3. Click “Display & Text Size.”
  4. Toggle on the “Reduce White Point.”
  5. Slide the section to adjust the brightness 25% to 100%.

How to Enable Colour Filters

Enabling this specific feature will help the colour blindness users and will help them to see even more. There are several specific categories of colour filters for colour blindness.

  1. Open “Settings”
  2. Click “Accessibility.”
  3. Click “Display & Text Size.”
  4. Click “Colour Filters.”
  5. Toggle on the “Colour Filter” option.
  6. Click “Colour Filter.”


  1. Red/Green colour filters for the Protanopia.
  2. Green/Red colour filters for the Deuteranopia.
  3. Blue/Yellow colour filters for the Tritanopia.

Click and drag “Intensity Slider” on the bottom side of the screen to adjust the intensity.

How to Change Colour Tint

Changing the entire colour of the screen is possible with the Colour Tint feature of the iPad and iPhone. If you prefer colour sensitivity or light colour then here is what you need to follow:

  1. Open “Settings”
  2. Click “Accessibility.”
  3. Click “Display & Text Size.”
  4. Click “Colour Filter.”
  5. Toggle on “Colour Filters” option.
  6. Click “Colour Tint.”
  7. Click and drag “Hue Slider” on the bottom side to adjust as per your preference.
  8. Click and drag “Intensity Slider” to adjust the intensity as per your preference.

Amending the tint on the iPad, and the iPhone is easy. You just have to choose your preferred option and adjust the colour by the slider. It’s an accessibility feature, so if anyone who has colour blindness or low sight, they can see clearly. The iPhone and iPad are packed with several amazing features that can be useful for every user. To turn off these features, all you need to do is toggle off, and it will be back to normal.

Mathew Anderson is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for directory Websites at Antivirus Blogs.

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