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    i have got iphone 7 plus in dec 2nd week, when compared with my iphone 6 plus the screen looked yellowish. i checked online and compared with few more Iphone 7 and they all seems to be yellowish ( compared to my iphone 6 plus). So i continued using it. its been 3 weeks now and i got a new iphone 7 plus for my brother . the new phone i got now seems to be little yellowish compared to my 3 weeks old iphone 7 plus.
    So question is, does the yellowish screen diminishes over a period of time? Please suggest.
    01-06-2017 01:26 PM
  2. njlx2016's Avatar
    The tint of the screen will not change over time. If you got that information from another person or elsewhere in the internet, it is just plain wrong.

    The iPhone 7 does indeed have a warmer color temperature compared to previous iPhones. This is by design and is normal.

    If you are comparing one iPhone 7 with another, a slight variation between the two is also normal due to manufacturing tolerances and Apple using different suppliers for the screen.

    Personally, I prefer the warmer color temperature on my 7 Plus. It's easier on the eyes in the evening and at night, even with Night Shift turned off.

    The more you use your 7, the less noticeable it will become.
    Last edited by njlx2016; 01-06-2017 at 02:03 PM.
    01-06-2017 01:53 PM
  3. brixtonboy's Avatar
    My iPhone 7 not plus is white l can adjust this to make it yellow if l wish.
    Try this see if it helps.
    Settings-Display & Brightness-Night Shift

    Move the colour temperature select your desired colour
    Less Warm- More Warm
    That might help not sure though l'm no expert
    01-06-2017 05:18 PM
  4. brixtonboy's Avatar
    You may need to manually enable it.
    01-06-2017 05:28 PM

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