see url I can go as far as saying that it hurts my eyes. The blue and white are almost as bad for iMessages. I tried inverting the colors in the accessibility settings which helpped for the messaging and made everything else unsuable. I have had a iPhone for a long time. Posted on Sep 18, 4: Page content loaded. Sep 18, 8: I agree.
The pale colours are too washed out for the green icons. I can barely read white on green text messages. Is there an option to select an adult colour palette? Sep 19, 9: I went ahead and entered the feedback but I'm betting my only option will be to change phones and my tablet. Apple is so adamant that there can be no customization that I am doubting it will be a priority. In the mean time, if you change your background to Greyscale or a muted background it dulls down some of the brightness. Sep 20, Such a shame. It's gone from a fairly sophisticated look and feel to something that might have included a free My Little Pony playset case.
I'm sure the interface was aimed at a childrens market along with the colours of the 5C range. I am disappointed in the color changes of the new icons with the IOS 7. Within an hour after downloading the new IOS 7 I have been trying to change the text messaging bubble color. I cannot deal with the bright piercing chartreuse green color of the message bubble.
This horrible chartreuse green color with the white letters on a white screen number one, hurts my eyes, number two, I cannot read it. I want the nice pale blue with black letters back that I had before I upgraded. Even the color of green on the previous IOS was more pleasing to the eyes than this horrible bright piercing chartreuse green color you have now. I cannot cope with it at all. If I cannot have a different color bubble how silly not to give your customer what they want or allow for me to go back to the older operating system until you change your mind, I will have no alternative but to leave Apple iPhone, iPad behind because your current operating system is hurting my eyes literally and I cannot look at the screen without getting a headache or read my text messages any longer because of the color choice that you have made with no other option for me to choose from.
Now can we talk???
Can the customers get what they want or do you lose more customers due to this horrible color scheme and the refusal to listen to what your customers want, need and desire? Sep 21, 4: I agree, the entire iOS 7 update is too bright and quite frankly, unsophisticated. I understand Apple started marketing to the younger generation with the obnoxious colors the new 5c comes in, but I really expected more from this iOS update.
Not to mention, the new Safari layout makes it almost impossible to use, and it's slower than ever.
Everything seems much more complicated with this update. I'm extremely upset. Hopefully 7.
Sep 22, 9: I spent hours yesterday and this morning trying to figure out how to get rid of the white text as well. I hate it.
I was hopeful when I saw the question posted that there was an answer. Sad to see there is no other option. I am sure my mother who has macular and cataracts will not appreciate the changes on her iPad when vision is already difficult for her too. This isn't the first time apple has disappointed me by forcing only one option on us.
Thought by now they'd get it right! Sep 22, Its a little easier to read.
Unfortunately inverting colors does not fix it. It would, if it did not literally invert everything including pictures and apps. If you benefit from viewing items against a dark background, you can use Invert Colors to change how content is displayed on your screen. Smart Invert reverses the colors on the display, except for images, media, and some apps that use dark color styles.
Classic Invert reverses all colors on the display. If you have color blindness or other vision challenges, you can use Color Filters to help you differentiate between colors. Color Filters can change the look of things, like pictures and movies, so you may want to use it only when needed. To assist you, you'll see three examples of color spaces to help you select an option that fits your needs. Swipe left or right on these examples to find a filter that works best for you.
This example shows vertical lines on a variable color background for color deficiencies. Choose the filter that shows the entire line. You can adjust the intensity of any of the Color Filters to fit your needs. If you have color or light sensitivity, you can change the Color Tint of your display.
This will allow you to change the hue of the entire display on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. If you have an iPad Pro Learn how to use the Accessibility Shortcut.