iPhone XS Max Yellowish tint normal?

DeAniel28

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When i stare directly at the screen it looks kinda warm more of a yellowish tint when looking upwards and sidewards it becomes a bit cooler blueish is this normal on oled? Thanks!

btw i only noticed the yellow tint when outside (true tone off, filters off,)
 

m0sher

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Yes. Here’s a link to more info to thread and a poll on what others thought.

 

DeAniel28

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Yes. Here’s a link to more info to thread and a poll on what others thought.

So i guess Warmer tint is good than blueish.
 
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now i see it

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The only time you'll notice warmer shades of white is when comparing two phones side by side. I can guarantee you that if all you look at is the one phone, whatever shade of white it is, it'll look "white" after using it for a while. The eyes adjust
 
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DeAniel28

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The only time you'll notice warmer shades of white is when comparing two phones side by side. I can guarantee you that if all you look at is the one phone, whatever shade of white it is, it'll look "white" after using it for a while. The eyes adjust
yeah the white turns semi blueish when tilting i guess its the nature of OLED screens.
 
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m0sher

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So i guess Warmer tint is good than blueish.
I found the bluish tint to give a little eye strain.

As the displays get brighter in NITS seems Apple makes them a bit more warmer like from X to XS to 11PRo as the screen got brighter each display got a tad warmer.
 
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