Tag Archive: Color


The Mac “Differentiate without color” Accessibility Setting Explained

Mac users who have explored the Display Accessibility preference panels, perhaps to disable transparency or to increase visual contrast, have likely seen another setting called “Differentiate without color.” If you have wondered what that setting does or means, you’re certainly not alone, and you may have even toggled it on or off trying to see … Read More

How to Change Safari Reader Font, Text Size, & Color Theme on Mac OS X

Safari Reader offers an alternate reading view for webpages which strips away most of a websites styling and reducing the page to just the content of the article. The Safari Reader feature is great for reading long articles on the web, and Mac users can further improve the Reader experience by customizing the look, font … Read More

Customize the Background Color, Font, & Text Size in Safari Reader for iOS

Safari Reader is a nice feature of the Safari web browser for iOS and Mac OS X that allows users to simplify the look of a webpage or article to just focus on the text and image content. Now with the latest versions of iOS, you can customize the look of Safari Reader too, and … Read More

How to Increase Color Saturation of a Picture in Mac OS X with Preview

An images color saturation is expressed by the intensity of the color of a picture, thus a picture modified with higher saturation will appear with vivid colors, and a picture with the lowest saturation winds up turning a picture to black and white. Adjusting saturation is a common photo editing technique to both enhance or … Read More

Apple quietly added 10-bit color support for new 5K iMac

In addition to the plethora of new features Apple added for OS X El Capitan, it also quietly integrated 10 bit color support for the 4K & 5K iMac. While this may not mean much for your average user, it’s absolutely massive news for photographers, video editors, or anyone else who relies on high-end color correction. Compared […]

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HTC’s iPhone clone leaks out again with giant bezels, six color options

HTC’s upcoming iPhone clone, the One A9, has leaked out again ahead of its official unveiling. A new press image confirms the device will be available in six colors, with gigantic bezels above and beneath its display that somewhat spoil its otherwise attractive look. The image above was posted to Twitter by reliable leaker Evan […]

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Colorblind? This iPhone app tells you what color you’re looking at

Color blindness is an extremely prevalent disability, especially amongst men: according to official statistics, 1 in 12 men are color blind (although women fare better, at a rate of only 1 in 200). These rates of color blindness are part…

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Color photography first gained a peel thanks to potatoes

The potato is one of the least colorful of the good Lord’s creations. But somehow, two French inventors figured out how the dud spud could help put color in our photographs.  Before brothers Louis and Auguste Lumiere tinkered with taters,…

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Did Apple underestimate the most popular Apple Watch Sport color?

Apple Watch preorders were off to a bang, with an estimated 1.25 million being ordered on day one. Of those watches, the Space Gray Apple Watch Sport with Black Band was, by far, the most popular. Did Apple screw up…

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Apple Watch can harness Force Touch to change the color of animated emoji

In her latest blog on Apple’s website, supermodel and Apple Watch spokesperson Christy Turlington has revealed a few more interesting tidbits about the Apple wearable that I didn’t previously know — such as the fact that you can use the…

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