Apple is known for its sophisticated and speedy devices with the latest high-end features and technology. One of them is known as True Tone.
But what is True Tone, and is it even a feature you should pay attention to? Continue reading for more information.
What is a true tone?
True Tone is a display feature found on some Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad and MacBook. This sensor technology aims to adjust the brightness of the screen according to the surrounding conditions to make the screen easier on the eyes.
This means that if you are using your cell phone on a summer day, the display will brighten up to the ambient light and look warm. Apple claims to keep the color and intensity of the display constant regardless of changes in ambient light.
How does True Tone work?
True Tone works in combination with a clock and geoposition to help you automatically adjust the color of your display. It also uses advanced multi-channel sensors that can measure ambient light to make the process look seamless.
This technology adjusts the white balance of the screen to match the ambient light. This makes the screen effectively easier to read in any environment and, in theory, much easier to see.
Can I turn on True Tone?
It is automatically enabled on devices with True Tone. This means that you don’t have to turn it off after you turn it off, but you can.
On both iPhone and iPad[設定]Open and[ディスプレイと明るさ]After moving to[トゥルートーン]You can turn it off by switching the button.
For Mac[システム環境設定],[ディスプレイ]It is displayed in the order of, and True Tone can be turned on or off.
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