How to disable True Tone on a MacBook Pro

Starting in 2018, Apple equips MacBook Pro with True Tone technology, which automatically adjusts the color gamut of the screen to match the ambient lighting conditions. This feature can make the events on screen more pleasing to the eye.

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How to disable True Tone on a MacBook Pro

There are situations where enabled True Tone can be a problem, for example, when processing photos or video installation you need accurate color reproduction. The technology is similar to the function of the Night Shift, which makes your screen colors warmer in the evening and night. Night Shift is a software solution which turns on at the preset time or by the user, while True Tone runs continuously, using built-in sensors that adjusts color to the ambient light.

How to disable True Tone on a MacBook Pro

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  • Choose Apple menu (  ) > System preferences, and then click the “Monitors”.
  • Click on the tab “Monitor”.
  • Enable or disable True Tone by using the appropriate check box.
  • How to disable True Tone on a MacBook Pro

    After turning off the color scheme of the monitor immediately returns to normal mode. To activate the technology at any time, when you need it. We recommend you to use Night Shift, if you want the color was warmer in the evening and night. Don’t forget to disable it when you need accurate colors.

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