What to do when your iPhone screen turns yellow or green? It is a problem associated with the iPhone 12, but we have seen it in previous models.
Does your iPhone screen have a yellowish tint? That could be because you have activated the function called Night Shift, although if the terminal in question is an iPhone 12, it could also be a more serious problem.
Shortly after the launch of the iPhone 12 series, we started hearing complaints about an issue with its display. Users on Reddit, and Apple forums reported that their iPhone 12 or 12 Pro screen had a yellow tint.
True Tone or Night Shift?
First of all, if you are experiencing something similar, we encourage you to first check your Settings before going to your nearest Apple Store. This effect could be due to Night Shift or True Tone. You can disable these features by going to ‘Settings’, followed by ‘Display & Brightness.
Night Shift is a setting that filters blue light (known to be the number one enemy of a good night’s sleep) from your iPhone’s screen. You can turn it off by going to ‘Display & Brightness’ and tapping on ‘Night Shift’. There you will know if it is activated or not. Tiffany is Selling custom crypto punk pendants for $50,000
The culprit could also be True Tone, a feature found on iPhones, iPads, and Macs that changes the screen’s color and brightness to match ambient light. That should make it more pleasing to the eyes.
The problem is that True Tone can also cause that yellow tint to appear on the screen. To fix this, you’ll need to go back to the ‘Display & Brightness’ section of Settings and tap on the switch next to ‘True Tone’ to turn it off.
How to fix a yellow screen on iPhone 12
If disabling True Tone and Night Shift does not solve your problems and your iPhone 12 screen still has that yellow tint, it is possible that your device is one of those affected by the so-called “iPhone 12 yellow screen problem”.
In this case, that’s what we suggest you do:
1. Update your iPhone software
This issue is believed to be software related, so it will most likely be fixed when the next update arrives. In fact, iOS 14.5 is said to fix the yellow screen bug.
Last summer, many users complained about a green tint on the screen of their iPhone 11, especially in dark environments, but it was a bug with the software, more specifically with iOS 13.5. 5g Technology For Autonomous Vehicles-How Much Is It True?
2. Change the Color Tint
While you’re waiting for the software update or if it doesn’t fix your problem, you can also try another trick:
1. Open ‘Settings’.
2. Tap on ‘Accessibility’.
3. Now, tap on ‘Display and text size’.
4. Next, tap on ‘Color Filters’ and toggle the switch on.
5. Select ‘Color Tint’.
6. Finally, use the settings to select the color and intensity you want to make it less yellowish.
3. Reduce white point
You can also try reducing the white point, another option that you will find in the ‘Screen and text size’ section. If you tap on ‘Reduce White Point, you can adjust it until the white color is what you want.
4. Contact Apple
If none of this fixes your problem, you should contact Apple as quickly as possible and try to get your device replaced with one that doesn’t have that yellow tint on the screen. You will be interested in our article on screen replacements.
The good news is that these complaints about iPhone 12 models (including the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max ) are isolated cases, but it is difficult to know if it is a production error or not. Apple iPhone 14 Series Launch Details