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Question: True Tone display option gone after updating to iOS 12

Hello, everyone. So I just updated to iOS 12 on my iPhone 8, And I noticed that the true tone option has completely disappeared from the phone display settings. It is not in the accessibility settings, and it’s not in control center as an option on the screen brightness tab. Just wondering if this is the case with anybody else who has upgraded their device today.

iPhone 6, iOS 11.2.6

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Sep 17, 2018 12:30 PM in response to scottmbolt In response to scottmbolt

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My Bluetooth icon is also gone (on or not).

Evidently, Apple has removed the Bluetooth symbol from iPhone altogether. If you go out to the iOS12 User Guide, it's not listed as a symbol on iPhone anymore. It was really not a very useful symbol. My BT headphones pair just fine. And there's rarely if ever a valid reason to turn Bluetooth off in settings anyway. When not connected to a device, it uses virtually no power whatsoever.

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Sep 17, 2018 11:14 AM in response to scottmbolt In response to scottmbolt

Your signature says iPhone 6.


Having updated to iOS12 on my iPhone X, I can confirm the True Tone setting is still on my phone.


Reboot your phone, which is highly recommended after any major update.


On your phone:


Press and quickly release volume up button

Press and quickly release volume down button

Press and keep holding the power button (hold past swipe to shut down) until the Apple Logo appears

Let go and your phone will reboot.


See if True Tone is back after your phone comes back up.

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Sep 17, 2018 12:30 PM in response to scottmbolt In response to scottmbolt

scottmbolt wrote:


My Bluetooth icon is also gone (on or not).

Evidently, Apple has removed the Bluetooth symbol from iPhone altogether. If you go out to the iOS12 User Guide, it's not listed as a symbol on iPhone anymore. It was really not a very useful symbol. My BT headphones pair just fine. And there's rarely if ever a valid reason to turn Bluetooth off in settings anyway. When not connected to a device, it uses virtually no power whatsoever.

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