If you are the owner of a 9.7 inch iPad Pro, then you should probably be aware of the True Tone display feature of it. It is basically an advanced and smarter version of Night Shift mode of iOS. This feature smartly changes the color saturation of the screen depending on the surrounding light environment.

But if you are an artist, designer, or simply you don’t want to mess with the colors, then you probably should learn how to disable True Tone option on your iPad Pro. No need to panic if you aren’t familiar with the process, as we have detailed it down here for easy understanding.

How to Enable-Disable True Tone Display on 9.7-inch iPad Pro

Just follow the steps and you’ll know how to enable/disable True Tone option.

How to Enable/Disable True Tone Display on 9.7″ iPad Pro

Step #1. On your iPad Pro, launch the Settings app.

Step #2. Now go to “Display & Brightness.”

Step #3. Below Brightness settings, you’ll see a “True Tone” option along with an On/Off switch, where green means on and vice versa. Just toggle OFF the switch.

Step #4. Exit the Settings app.

Just to make sure whether the settings have been applied, go to Home Screen and you will be able to clearly notice the color change effect. In order to enable it, just follow the steps again and at step #3, instead of switching it off, you’ll have to turn it ON.

That’s all folks!

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