Calibrate(Change) Contrast on iPhone

Joon

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I have been looking around to see if there is a way to do this. Is there a way to change the contrast on the iPhone. If there is not, I am sure some of the extremely intelligent people making 3rd party apps could find a way to do this. Give us control of the contrast of the screen. This would be great if anyone knows how to do it or could find a way to do it. Thanks in advance to any help.
 

spankbot

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I have been looking around to see if there is a way to do this. Is there a way to change the contrast on the iPhone. If there is not, I am sure some of the extremely intelligent people making 3rd party apps could find a way to do this. Give us control of the contrast of the screen. This would be great if anyone knows how to do it or could find a way to do it. Thanks in advance to any help.
If your phone has poor contrast I would take it back to Apple.
 

Joon

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If your phone has poor contrast I would take it back to Apple.
No the contrast is fine. I just want to know if I could tweak it a bit. See if I could come up with something even better then this.
 

adseguy

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Contrast? That's a first on the complaint list. I don't think anyone has "contrast" concerns so I doubt your wish will be fulfilled.:(
 

Joon

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Contrast? That's a first on the complaint list. I don't think anyone has "contrast" concerns so I doubt your wish will be fulfilled.:(
LOL, it is not a complaint....Did I sound like I was complaining? No. I was asking if anyone knew how to or if there was a method of changing the contrast on the phone.
 

adseguy

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soorry, the Internet makes iit sound different LOL. No there is no way to change the contrast.
 

Joon

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Well it would be nice if one of these great developers could come up with a 3rd party app that would let you do this.
 

ahduke99

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these awesome developers are working without an SDK, so chances they have access to the screen settings is hard to fathom. besides, i think the screen is fabuuuuulous!