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Topic # 68183 16-Sep-2010 13:04
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This morning, my iphone 4 screen colours were wrong, and kind of looked like a negative or x-ray image. 

I reset the iphone to it's factory settings and this fixed the problem.

However, I'm wondering, is there a setting in the OS  that causes this?    Or, is it more likely a hardware defect?  


While the problem is fixed for now, I'm wondering if it will reoccur.  

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  Reply # 380693 16-Sep-2010 15:20
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Sounds like you may have accidentally enabled the functionality for visually impaired folk.

Found here: Settings>General>Accessibility>White on Black




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  Reply # 380740 16-Sep-2010 16:29
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Indeed. You can set the home button triple click action to enable this mode, great for friends with iPhones, watch them freak out.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 380756 16-Sep-2010 17:03
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That would freak me out alright!

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  Reply # 381314 17-Sep-2010 15:16
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jofizz: Indeed. You can set the home button triple click action to enable this mode, great for friends with iPhones, watch them freak out.

Cue: evil laugh.

That's a horrible thing to do to someone.

(I must pop over to my friend's place tonight...he has an iP4...)




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