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A little less color: Seeing Apple through color blind eyes

This week on the Network, special guest and Six Colors editor-in-chief Jason Snell speaks about his deuteranopia (red/green color blindness), how it affects using technology, and what Apple's doing in iOS 10 to fix it.

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How to invert screen colors for visual accessibility on iPhone and iPad

Inverting screen colors is an Accessibility feature that makes the iPhone and iPad easier on the eyes for some people with a sensitivity to brightness, easier to distinguish for some people with color blindness, and easier to make out for some people with low vision. It can even be used in combination with zoom to greatly increase legibility for anyone with a visual impairment.

Note: Some people invert screen colors as a pseudo-dark theme or nighttime reading mode for when they want to greatly reduce light and glare from the display.

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