iPhone 8 y iPhone 8 Plus: estas son todas sus novedades y especificaciones
One of the features that has received the least amount of attention on the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus) is the True Tone display. This feature, first introduced on the iPad Pro , changes the tone of the whites on the screen to suit the ambient light. Whether you use this feature or not depends on your choice.
Is it worth activating True Tone? The question is rather whether it is worth deactivating it, because there is practically no disadvantage in having to deactivate it . Thanks to the white balance compensation it allows us to always have the same tone of white, neither blue nor yellow, no matter what the outside lighting is like. No, it does not consume more battery or other system resources to notice a big difference.
The True Tone feature is enabled by default on all supported devices, but you can disable (or re-enable) it at your discretion. There are a few steps to follow.
From the system settings :
- Open Settings on your device.
- Choose the Display and Brightness option.
- Enables or disables the True Tone option.
From the Control Center :
- Open the Control Center by sliding from the bottom edge.
- Press the brightness button hard.
- Click on the light bulb icon at the bottom right.
If you want to try the advantages of True Tone the best thing you can do is to deactivate the feature for a day, to notice its absence. In part, Night Shift can make up for the absence of True Tone , but it doesn’t reach the same level of accuracy.