Grayscale: How to Turn On Black & White Mode on Your iPhone Screen

As the generation that straddles the before and after of smartphone ubiquity, we’re in the unique position of trying to control something we know has power over us without knowing exactly how or the full picture of why we must.

We check our phones 52 times a day, on average, and tend to get easily sucked in to their time-warping, captivating, infinitely expansive little worlds. It’s not always feasible to turn our phones off or to switch them to airplane mode (and we waste cognitive resources ignoring our phones even when they’re off), so many of us have no choice but to continue on being servants to our smartphones.

How to Change from a Color to Black & White Display on Your iPhone
1.Tap the Settings app.
2.Tap Accessibility.
3.Select Display & Text Size.
4.Tap on Color Filters.
5.Toggle on Color Filters.
6.Tap Grayscale.

If you’re color blind, you can select the filter or tint that works best for your vision.

Interestingly, when you do a screen capture of grayscale, the resulting image is still colored. And the picture immediately above is misleading because it shows grayscale turned on, but the screen is still colored. In actuality, it will appear gray as soon as you turn on the setting.

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