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How to use Display Accommodations and Color Filters on iPhone and iPad

How do I use Display Accommodations on iPhone? We can accommodate that question! In iOS 10, inverting colors and implementing grayscale have all been consolidated under Display Accommodations in Accessibility, and Apple has added the ability to activate color filters to help people with even more types of color blindness. Activating these filters is as easy as flipping a switch, so here we go! Note: Display Accommodations are only available for iPhone 5s and later.
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