iPad Pro Display Color Profile

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by LERsince1991, Sep 6, 2016.

  1. LERsince1991 macrumors 65816

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    Hi,

    I have an iPad Pro 12.9" and use a VNC Viewer (by realVNC - its free) to remotely connect to my headless Mac (running a custom resolution)

    (I use a display emulator hdmi device on the Mac mini, it does not have a real monitor connected and I have setup a 1:1 pixel resolution using switchresx)

    The only thing missing now is ensure the colour profile I am using is 'fairly' accurate and not wildly off. It's currently set to a standard one from the display emulator device as I'm not sure which to change it too.

    I am not after 100% accuracy or even calibration to another display. I simply would like a colour profile that is designed for the iPad.

    Can any of you graphics experts use your tools and calibration devices against your iPad Pro using VNC viewer the. Post your display profile. OR if you have the iPad Pro 12.9 can you run a VNC viewer and use apples display calibration settings.

    I know this is a big favour but I cannot find a display profile for the iPad Pro anywhere.

    Ps. I'm colourblind so hence why I'm asking for assistance. Plus, I suspect the display is completely wrong at the moment.
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    Matching to a standard iMac or MacBook display would be a good start!
     
  2. Pakaku macrumors 68000

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    I doubt the iPad even supports anything like that. One of many subtle reasons it's not worth calling a Pro.
     
  3. LERsince1991 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Thanks for the reply, I am not talking about changing the iPad screen - it's fine but I want to change the display profile on my Mac for when I use the iPad as a monitor.
     
  4. sergioarista macrumors newbie

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    You can calibrate it u der preferences>displays>color
     

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