Whether you want to make your iPhone stand out from the crowd or you’re trying to mitigate screen fatigue, changing the text color is a quick and easy way to customize your device. In this article, we’ll show you how to change the text color on your iPhone in a few simple steps.
Changing the Text Color in iOS
The process for changing the text color in iOS is relatively simple. First, open the Settings app and tap “Display & Brightness.” Next, under the “Appearance” section, tap “Text Size and Color.” From there, you can adjust the text size and color to your liking.
If you want to change the color of all the text on your iPhone, simply tap “Classic Colors” and choose the color you want. If you want to be more selective with your color choices, however, tap “Advanced Colors.” This will give you a wider range of colors to choose from, as well as an option to create a custom color by tapping “Create New Color.”
Keep in mind that changing the text color will also change the color of other system elements like app labels, icon labels, and notification badges. If you want to change these colors independently of one another, simply tap “Customize Colors” and make your adjustments.
How to change text color on an iPad?
To change the text color on your iPad, first open the Notes app. Then, select the text you want to change the color of. Next, tap on the Aa icon in the top-right corner of the screen. Finally, select a new color from the pop-up menu.
How to change text color on a computer?
It depends on the type of computer you are using.
For a PC, highlight the text you want to change and then select a color from the “Font” menu. For a Mac, highlight the text and then press Command+C (copy). Open up a TextEdit document and press Command+V (paste) to paste the text into the document.
Then click on Format in the Menu bar and select Font. A list of available colors will appear – choose one, and your text will change to that color.
How to change text color on an iPhone in the dark?
One option is to use the built-in accessibility features on your iPhone. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility and then turn on “Invert Colors”. This will invert all the colors on your screen, so white text will be black and vice versa.
Another option is to buy a third-party app that changes the color of text depending on the time of day. There are a number of these apps available in the App Store, and they usually have names like “Daynight Mode” or “Nightmode”.
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