Is there any way to set the display color filters on an iPad or iPhone to match the flux evening settings?



  • Is there any way to set the display color filters on an iPad or iPhone to match the flux evening settings? I need to have the flux lighting on 24 hours a day, and as we know we can't install flux on iOS without jailbreaking, so I would like to know if there is a way to just permanently set the display color filters on the iPad and/or iPhone.



  • Not permanently, but, you can set Night Shift to its warmest setting and you can set the Color Tint in the color filter to pure red and you can adjust its intensity. Of course, Night Shift turns off at Sunrise, but you can still turn it right back on. You can either turn it on by asking Siri to turn it on, or you can long-press the brightness slider in the Control Center to reveal the Night Shift button, or of course you can go into the Display Brightness settings to turn Night Shift on.



  • Thanks. I've actually been doing something like that, but I can't seem to get the color to match the flux color I have on my laptop. On my laptop it's redish but I don't really notice it. When I set the hue to the pure red and adjust it's intensity, it's just different. It's goes from not red enough to suddenly too red and too dark. I'm wondering if anyone else has been able to actually match their iPhone/iPad display color to their laptop flux color?



  • @Flux-Help said in Is there any way to set the display color filters on an iPad or iPhone to match the flux evening settings?:

    Thanks. I've actually been doing something like that, but I can't seem to get the color to match the flux color I have on my laptop. On my laptop it's redish but I don't really notice it. When I set the hue to the pure red and adjust it's intensity, it's just different. It's goes from not red enough to suddenly too red and too dark. I'm wondering if anyone else has been able to actually match their iPhone/iPad display color to their laptop flux color?

    I don't know but it doesn't have to be the same. It just has to be sufficiently lacking in blue light so as to not disrupt your circadian rhythm. Maybe try 800K on the laptop. That's very red, if not pure red. Or, try something not so red in the color filter in iPadOS.


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