The Standby Mode feature added in the new iOS 17 beta update is a great feature that many iPhone users have liked. This function turns your iPhone into a smart display that shows widgets in full screen. Though it is an amazing feature many users have not liked the Red Tint that appears on the screen when the phone is in dark environments. The feature that causes the Red Tint is called the Night Mode. So, how to disable the Red Tint in Standby Mode? Check out our guide below to find out the steps.
Steps to Disable the Red Tint in Standby Mode(iOS 17)
The Night Mode function in the iPhone is similar to the Nightstand Mode in the Apple Watch. The steps to deactivate the Red Tint feature when your iPhone is in Standby mode are very simple. Follow along to deactivate the Night Mode feature.
- Go to Settings on your iPhone device.
- Scroll down and search for Standby Mode.
- Tap on the Standby Mode option.
- Then, turn off the toggle next to Night Mode.
Now, place the iPhone device into a dark environment and enable the Standby Mode. The Red Tint or Night Mode feature will be disabled. Now you will have normal brightness and color on your screen. However, if you change your mind and want to enable the Red Tint feature again then just follow the steps that are given above and turn on the toggle next to Night Mode.
That is everything you need to know on how to disable the Red Tint in Standby Mode feature(iOS 17). If you are looking for more such articles related to iOS 17 then check out our other guides like How to Create New Safari profiles in iOS 17 and macOS Sonoma and 4 Ways to Remove Apple ID from iPhone without Password – iOS 17 Support only on TechnClub.