Inverting colors on the iPhone greatly improves accessibility. The process is also easy. Follow our guide.
Considering inverting the colors on your iPhone? This is a handy feature. It’s especially useful for people who are colorblind or have trouble reading phone screens. The process of inverting the display colors on your iPhone is easy and quick. Here’s a step-by-step guide to follow and how to use the side button to turn inverse colors on and off.
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How do I invert colors on my iPhone?
To invert colors on your iPhone, open the Settings app[アクセシビリティ]of the menu[ディスプレイとテキスト サイズ]I need to access the section. There are two options there, Smart Invert and Classic Invert. Smart Invert only inverts the colors of open apps, while Classic Invert inverts all colors on the screen, including photos and videos.
Note: If you’d like to be able to flip colors quickly using your iPhone’s side button, we’ve got you covered in the “Pro Tips” section below.
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone and go to “Accessibility”.
- Select “Display and font size”.
- Scroll down to “Smart Invert” and “Classic Invert”.
- “Smart Invert” only inverts the colors in the app you are currently using.
- “Classic Invert” inverts all colors on your iPhone, including photos and videos.
- Selecting either option will instantly invert the colors on your iPhone.
Pro Tip: Set up an accessibility shortcut to invert colors with the side button
Set an Accessibility Shortcut to quickly turn invert colors on or off on your iPhone. To do this, go to the Accessibility section of the Settings app, select “Accessibility Shortcuts”, then select “Smart Flip” or “Classic Flip”. Once done, triple-click the power button on the side of your iPhone to toggle the inverted color. It’s that easy!
Why would you want to invert the colors of your iPhone?
Inverting the colors of the iPhone display increases contrast and makes the display easier to read for some people, making it a useful tool for bright screens and those who suffer from color blindness. Keep in mind that invert colors are a useful feature, but they are not for everyone and it can take some getting used to. However, it’s worth enabling if you find inverted colors useful or if you think it improves the overall viewing experience on your iPhone. You can also invert colors on iPad, iPad Pro, and iPad Touch.
Which iPhone models support invert colors?
Inverting colors on iOS devices requires an iPhone 5s or later running iOS 11 or later. If you have a compatible iPhone model, it’s okay to try.