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    Has anyone noticed if their springboard is becoming increasingly washed out? The contrast on mine has dropped and all the vibrancy of the icon colors is more washed out(?) I've played with the brightness but I just can not get it to look as it used to. Does anyone know if there is a way to increase the contrast or adjust the color balance? I know it's a long shot... thanks



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    Hi all,
    I had the same Problem. My just changed the Display setting, and I can't find a way to change that.
    Please help.

    I just caled apple, and they told me, that this seems to be a Hardwareproblem.
    Because mine is from US, I have to send it there!!!

    And, this will take five days to send it there, five days to work on this, and five days to send it back! :-(

    Has anyone an idea?
    Please HELP!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimwilx1 View Post
    Does anyone know if there is a way to increase the contrast or adjust the color balance?
    Yes you can edit the icc profile located here.

    In your iPhone > System/Library/Lockdown/iPhone.icc
    If you have a mac you can copy it inside your icc folder located here.

    In your Mac > ~/Library/ColorSync/Profiles/
    and go to system preferences > display > Color Tab and select the iPhone profile.

    Select Calibrate and change/modify its settings several time and save it to different names (e.g iPhone2.icc, iPhone3.icc, iPhone4.icc...), then try them by copying them back in the phone, one at the time until you are satisfied.

    This problem might help you to solve the negative black issue on the first gen iPhone- iTouch screens. (in fact it is the iPhone.icc from the update 1.1.2 that solves the issue)

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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    Yes you can edit the icc profile located here.



    If you have a mac you can copy it inside your icc folder located here.



    and go to system preferences > display > Color Tab and select the iPhone profile.

    Select Calibrate and change/modify its settings several time and save it to different names (e.g iPhone2.icc, iPhone3.icc, iPhone4.icc...), then try them by copying them back in the phone, one at the time until you are satisfied.

    This problem might help you to solve the negative black issue on the first gen iPhone- iTouch screens. (in fact it is the iPhone.icc from the update 1.1.2 that solves the issue)
    I have tried this but iPhone.icc didnt make any difference. I have selected extreme gamma/contrast/color differences.. Any other ideas?

 

 

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