The tvOS has got multiple well-designed features to bolster your media viewing experience. Case in point, you can increase the screen contrast on your Apple TV to remove the blurred image backgrounds.

Moreover, there is also an option to highlight selected items. If your eyes need some assistance or just wish to have the clearer picture, you should certainly take the full advantage of this Accessibility feature on your Apple TV.

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How to Increase the Screen Contrast on Apple TV

How to Turn On/Off Reduce Transparency on Apple TV

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your Apple TV.

Step #2. Now, click on General and select Accessibility.

Step #3. Next, you need to click on Increase Contrast.

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Step #4. Finally, turn on Reduce Transparency.

Voila! Check out; the blurred images are gone.

Later, if you wished to return to the normalcy, follow the same steps and turn off the switch for Reduce Transparency.

Do you know that there is also an option to highlight selected items on your set-top box? Keep reading…

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How to Highlight Selected Items on Apple

Step #1. Open Settings app on your Apple TV.

Step #2. Now, click on GeneralAccessibilityIncrease Contrast.

Step #3. Next, turn on Focus Style.

Going forward, selected items will be highlight automatically.

Later, if you want to disable focus style repeat the same steps and turn off the switch in the end.

That’s all there is to it!

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Use this neat feature to enhance your viewing experience. Use Zoom, If you want to go a step further and further boost your viewing. Head over to this complete guide to enable and use it on your set-top box.

Oh yes, if you like using Accessibility, simply turn on Accessibility Shortcut to instantly enable/disable your favorite features on your Apple TV.

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