Does anyone have any good ideas as to why Apple would not include a user configurable color calibration tool for the iPad? Does it have something to do with the specific technology of the screen they use? On my MacBook in the color setting I can slide some settings and adjust the monitor color "temperature" such that it matches my needs and/or preferences. I can make it warm and yellow or cool and blue or somewhere in between. While this is obviously super important to professionals dealing with images and print jobs that require screens to be calibrated to reflect an accurate sense of color – it's also nice for average users like myself because we can get a monitor whose color profile matches our sensibilities of what I nice white should look like. And, in fact, before I discovered this I thought my screen looks great – but once I discovered it I adjusted some settings to give my screen a much more bright, cheery "blue white". Out of curiosity I clicked it back to the original settings and it instantly became a muddy yellow mess that looks like a lot of the reported new iPad screens. It would seem to me a very logical feature (assuming the iPad and iPhone screen technology support it) given all the discussions on this forum and even in broader news websites about screens that don't meet user color expectations. I know it might feel "clumsy" for an Apple product not be "perfect out-of-the-box" and require/allow the user to adjust its screen color settings – but even a cheap $250 HDTV now gives users that ability... and I think most purchasers of that TV appreciate the option. So does anyone out there have any knowledge or guesses on why such a feature is not a part of iOS?