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    For certain individuals that are visually impaired, inverting the colors of the iPhone and iPad screen may make text easier to read, particularly for users who are colorblind, or partially colorblind. The ability to invert screen colors is a built-in accessibility option that comes with all iPhones and iPads. So whether you yourself are visually impaired or you know someone who is, inverting screen colors may enhance your experience while using iOS.

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    08-27-2014 01:12 PM
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    I've had a bunch of surgery on both eyes. Bright light hurts my eyes. I always try for anything with a dark theme, as I do with TapaTalk. I use Invert Colors some as well. It sure makes photos and app icons look strange. But it works great for reading and texting.


    Sent from my ancient but trustworthy iPhone 5
    08-27-2014 02:03 PM

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