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Discussion in 'iPad' started by darksoul78644, Jun 17, 2017.
i have it on but I really try to see what looks better. I know it goes by the lighting around you.
I turned it off only because I don’t like how my 7 plus and MacBook doesn’t offer it. It’s a truly great feature but not when you go from that to what looks like an ice blue screen.
OFF for me.. Screen looks too warm for my taste.
Night Mode off
On at all times.
On. Easy on the eyes. Love the auto adjustments.
I keep it on, but I really wish the other devices supported it because you're right-- all the zen dissipates when placed side by side with a fixed color temp display.
Anyone know if the new iPads have more than one color temp sensor? I often hold my iPad upside down because it's easiest to hold it by the side of the case that doesn't have the hinge, and that puts the color sensor nearer to by body which seems to affect the way the light hits the sensor...
Auto TrueTone and auto brightness and night shift works best for me.
Same for me. I’m used to it, i don’t even notice the difference.
" ditto "
Off 24/7, same for auto brightness.
Off because I wear glasses with blue light reducing lenses. Looks too pink with it on
It's always on but I agree it can look too warm. And the text seems to fade a bit more. Just my opinion.
I left it on and occasionally, I turned it off and felt it was too blue.
Always on for both, except when I need to watch a movie or look at images. When doing these two, you should ALWAYS disable Night Shift. True Tone is always ON no matter what, for me.
Does it use battery?
This is me. Tho it took some time to get used to it.
Also, it turns off when using the photos app. I wish it would turn off when watching video or playing games.
Personal preference but I have it off, and I also turned off auto-brightness. I prefer a single static display that doesn't change (in color or intensity).