Enable or Disable Grayscale Mode on iPhone 6
Edited by Grimm, Courtney, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to enable or disable the grayscale mode on an iPhone 6.
To begin, locate the Home button.
This is the circular button at the bottom center of our phone.
Press down on the Home button one time, this will take us to the Lock screen.
On the Lock screen, we will need to slide or swipe across to enter the Passcode screen.
Here we can enter in our Passcode to unlock the device.
Alternatively, we may press and hold a finger on the Home button.
This will activate the Touch ID sensor, unlocking the device for us.
This will unlock our phone, taking us to the Home screen.
From the Home screen, we are looking for the Settings icon.
This icon is silver and gray, with a gear pattern inside. This icon will be labeled "Settings".
Once the icon is located, give it a single press.
Once we have tapped the Settings icon, we will be taken to the Settings panel.
We will note the word "Settings" present at the very top of the screen.
On the Settings panel, scroll down until we find the "General" option.
Press the "General" option one time, this will take us to the General panel.
We will note the word "General" written at the very top of the screen.
In the General panel, we are looking for the sixth option labeled "Accessibility".
Tap on "Accessibility" one time, this will open the Accessibility panel.
This panel will be labeled with the word "Accessibility", written at the top of the screen.
Now that we are in the Accessibility panel, we need to look under the "VISION" section to find the option labeled "Grayscale".
We will note the "General" button, in the top left-hand corner of the screen, is currently blue.
When the Grayscale option is tapped, this will change.
Tap on the white circle, located to the right of the "Grayscale" option, one time.
Now we can see that the "General" button is now written in gray text.
We will now tap on this "General" button on time, this will take us back to the "General" panel.
Then we will tap on the button labeled "Settings", this will take us back to the Settings panel.
This button is located in the top left-hand corner, in the same position the "General" button was in.
In this panel, we can see that all of our icons are a shade of gray.
In order to disable the Grayscale option, we need to tap back on "General".
Then we will tap on the sixth option down, labeled "Accessibility".
Now we are going to tap on the white circle, located to the right of the "Grayscale" option.
Grayscale will now be turned off.
Now we will once again go back, tapping on the button labeled "General" in the top left-hand corner.
Then we are going to tap on "Settings".
This button is also located in the top left-hand corner.
Once we are back in the Settings panel, we will note that the colors have returned to all of our icons.
When we are satisfied with our choice, we will then press down on the Home button one time.
This will take us back to the Home screen.
This concludes our tutorial on how to enable or disable the Grayscale option for your iPhone 6.
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Video: Enable or Disable Grayscale Mode on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Eng, Courtney, Grimm