Users who own an iPhone that supports Face ID and has been updated to iOS 14.5 can take advantage of one of the most intriguing features of tvOS 14.5 – automatic colour calibration allowing the video output to be tailored to your TV's specific colour balance. Essentially, the Apple TV outputs a test image to your TV that you then measure using the iPhone. The Apple TV then compares the measured colour balance to 'industry-standard specifications' and adjusts its output to correct inaccuracies and improve contrast.
The promise is a more accurate and faithful reproduction of TV shows and movies without the need to actually calibrate the TV itself. It works with both HDR and SDR content, but not Dolby Vision, which should be more or less spot-on as is.
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