Thanks to the Grayscale mode, you can change your iPhone or iPad screen in black and white. Some users with facial impairment and colorblind are not comfortable with bright color schemes.

Instead, they prefer to look at a grey colored screen as it is more comfortable and more comfortable.

It also saves the battery life in critical situations!! If you use iPhone 10 or higher with an OLED screen, the setting can indeed give you extra sap. In addition, experts claim that the use of a black and white screen can help users overcome their smart addiction.

What’s excellent is that you only need three clicks to switch between the coloured and grey scale mode.

How to convert the iPhone or iPad screen in black and white

If the grey scale mode is turned on, the screen looks black and white. Whether you open an app, videos, or pictures, everyone will look grey. If you turn off the grey scale, your screen will return to the natural colors.

Interestingly, if you take a screenshot when the setting is enabled, it will look gray, but it will be dyed if it is transferred to a computer or switched to a colored profile.

Step 1. Start the Settings app on your iOS device.

Open Settings App on iPhone

Step #2. Tap on Accessibility.

Tap on Accessibility in iPhone Settings

Step #3. Now select Display & Text Size.

Select Display and Text Size in iPhone Settings

Step #4. Scroll down to Color Filters.

Tap on Color Filters on iPhone

Step #5. Toggle On the switch for Color Filters.

Turn ON Color Filters to Enable Grayscale on iPhone

If you’re not set up on grey scale by default, select it from the options. Users who are color blind can configure the filter or tint according to their ease. If you don’t like the black-white effect, you disable the grey scale by following the same steps and turn off the switch. Or, you can enable the ease of access shortcuts to disable black and white screens.

How to turn the shortcut to access color filters

Once configured, the color filters will easily insert/disable. All you need to do is to disable the function.

Step 1. Start settings-app → accessibility on your iOS device.

Launch iPhone Settings and Tap on Accessibility

Step #2. Scroll down to the General section and select Accessibility Shortcut.

Tap on Accessibility Shortcut on iPhone

Step #3. Here, tap on Color Filters. A tick will appear before the option, now click Back and exit the app.

Select Color Filters on iPhone

And it’s done! Triad clicks on your Side/home button to make your iOS device screen black and white or colorful.

If you like the effect, you can also try another option, such as Invert Colours or Dark Mode. In the former, the whole screen becomes a bit darker than the Grayscale.

As far as the dark mode is concerned, a dark light interface is instead of the usual light on a dark color scheme.

What do you take in the grey-scale mode?

In all honesty, I initially like the Gray interface, but a few days after that I feel the need to switch back to a little life. So, I have the ease of access shortcuts and switch between the two.

I even have unique backgrounds that look good in both versions; If you want it, then we knock in the comments section below.