How to Make iPhone Grayscale?

iOS has many accessibility features that make using iPhones much easier for people with different disabilities. Color filters are one of those features. Color filters in iOS allow you to adjust your phone’s screen according to your needs or simply make it grayscale. We are here to show you how to set iPhone to grayscale. The same guide also applies to iPad and iPod Touch with the latest version of iOS.

The Simplest Way to Set iPhone to Grayscale

If you use Siri, simply say: Hey Siri, enable grayscale. That is how you set your iPhone to grayscale.

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To disable grayscale on iPhone, repeat the same procedure. Invoke Siri and say: Disable grayscale.

That is it. That is how to make an iPhone grayscale.

How to Enable the Grayscale Filter on iPhone and iPad?

  1. Open Settings > Accessibility. how to make your iphone grayscale
  2. Select Display and Text Size.
  3. Tap Color Filters and then enable the Color Filters toggle. iPhone will automatically select grayscale. how to turn your iphone to grayscale

To disable grayscale on iPhone, do the same just toggle off Color Filters.

One More Way to Turn Your iPhone to Grayscale

If you have iPhone 8 or a newer model, you can make your smartphone enable and disable grayscale with a double or triple back tap. That will let you make your iPhone grayscale without opening any settings or speaking to Siri, which is not the sharpest tool in the shed.

  1. Open Settings > Accessibility.
  2. Select Accessibility Shortcut.
  3. Place a checkmark next to Color Filters. make iphone grayscale
  4. Go back to the accessibility menu and select Touch.
  5. Scroll down and select Back Tap. ways to make iphone grayscale
  6. Choose either double or triple tap, then select Accessibility Shortcut. turn your iphone to grayscale

Now you can make your iPhone grayscale with double or triple tap and disable grayscale in the same manner.

Tip. Assigning Color Filters to Accessibility Shortcut allows you to make iPhone and iPad grayscale by triple-clicking the Home button (on devices with TouchID) or the power button (on iPads and iPhones without the Home button.) Back tap is only available on iPhones with A11 and better CPUs, so you can’t use it on iPads.

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