A Guide on iPhone Display & Text Size

In this post, we see:

  • How to Enable or Disable Reduce White Point on iPhone
  • How to Increase Contrast on iPhone

Let’s start.

How to Enable or Disable Reduce White Point on iPhone

Reduce White Point feature reduces the intensity of bright colors. By default, it isn’t enabled on your iPhone. If you want to enable it, here are the steps:

Open Settings. Hit on Accessibility, which you can find between Display & Brightness and Wallpaper.

Tap Display & Text Size, which you can find between Magnifier and Motion. Scroll down to the bottom. Hit the toggle switch beside Reduce White Point.

Now you can see a slider beneath Reduce White Point. Slide it to the right (to decrease the intensity of bright colors) or left (to increase the intensity of bright colors).

Note: follow the above steps (1-4) to disable the Reduce White Point feature.


How to Increase Contrast on iPhone

Here’s how you can increase color contrast between app foreground and background colors on your iPhone:

Open Settings. Hit on Accessibility, which you can find between Display & Brightness and Wallpaper.

Tap Display & Text Size, which you can find between Magnifier and Motion. Hit the toggle switch beside Increase Contrast.