Right now, iOS lacks a systemwide CMS like ColorSync. What I would try to do is: calibrate your iPad, calculate the color transform from the ICC profileiOS itself only supports devicedependent color spaces. I've heard that sRGB or Adobe RGB is closest to the iPhoneiPad display. ios color profile
Apply color profiles to your images. The default color space on iOS is Standard RGB (sRGB). To ensure that colors are correctly matched to this color space, make sure your images include embedded color profiles. Use wide color to enhance the visual experience on compatible displays.
Now I don't know what profile is the iPad using by default to display colors onscreen, but I would assume that it is either Adobe RGB or sRGB. It could be a custom profile, but this is difficult to know. But I assume also that Apple has built support for color management in iOS, aka ColorSync. Try either of them and let me know if it helps. You can checkout this video to checkout what it means to add a color profile your iOS device: Color Profiles is available on Cydia for 1. 99. Its a pretty cool app, but we wonder if users will be willing to pay 1. 99 for it, when there are jailbreak apps like WinterBoard that are available for free.ios color profile Assign your device and iOS flair here! We also offer custom flairs to development teams, tool creators, or people who have contributed to the community in a substantial way (at the moderators discretion) so feel free to send a modmail if you'd like one.
Nov 02, 2011 Color Profiles will add a color filter to your iDevice. You have a ton of filters to choose from Classic Mac to Win13 these profiles will change the look of your whole device. ios color profile If iOS or my photoviewing app suddenly becomes color managed, they'll use the color profile to realize that no conversion needs to be done, and I'll get the same perfect result. Furthermore, if the iPad's build consistency is as solid as reported, the color profile I made for my iPad 1 will work very nicely for your iPad 1.