The first Mac to feature a True Tone display on the 2018 MacBook Pro. Previously, Apple had already installed the technology in the iPad Pro in 2016, before it was used a year later in the iPhone 8 (Plus) and iPhone X use. The feature will color-match the display to the surrounding environment, making the colors look more natural, such as a sheet of paper that reflects the surrounding colors.How to Turn OFF/ON True Tone flash on MacBook Pro
For several years, Apple rolled out the true-tone feature for a variety of devices , The latest addition was the MacBook Pro, which was released surprisingly in July. Along with the Apple laptop, external displays such as the LG UltraFine and Apple's Thunderbolt display also received support for the feature when connected to a recent MacBook Pro.
Not every user is equally excited about the feature. While it provides a natural adaptation to the ambient colors, this color adjustment in various occupations (photo and video editing) can be very annoying. Apple therefore admits that True Tone can be deactivated again with just a few clicks. We'll tell you how it works.
To disable True Tone on the Mac
Click the Apple logo in the menu bar at the top of the screen and select System Preferences. A new window is opening up. Select "Monitors" here. Once in the sub-point, click on the "Monitor" tab. Here you see the option "True Tone". Remove the hook in front of it to temporarily switch off the function. You can turn it back on at any time.
Currently, this feature is only available for the 15-inch MacBook Pro (mid-2018) and the 13-inch MacBook Pro (mid-2018) with Touch Bar.
Keep in mind, some display accessibility features such as Invert Colors, Grayscale, and Increase Contrast might disable True Tone.
Step #1. First off, click on Apple menu at the top left of the screen.
Step #2. Now, select System Preferences.
Step #3. Next, click on Displays.
Step #4. Next up, select Display tab.
Step #5. Finally, check or un check the box for True Tone to enable or disable this feature.