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Apple TV's New Calibration Feature Can Make Your 4K TV Look Its Best. Here's How to Use It

Posted On: Oct 21, 2021   |   Posted By: Time

Hiding indoors from the heat waves of summer is a perfect excuse to watch your favorite binge-friendly show yet again. But you might not be getting the most out of your new 4K TV , at least where colors are concerned.
To get your money's worth out of your glowing content box you'll need to calibrate your TV correctly. And if you have an Apple TV running the latest tvOS 14.5 update, it's easier than ever.
Why calibrate your TV?
Are you noticing spots darker or a little more muddled than they should be, or colors that seem a hair out of whack? It could be a problem with your TV's color balance. It's the reason those hues might seem a little flat, why you can't see anything happening during Game of Thrones' night scenes, or why the sick outfits in Loki aren't popping.

Color calibration ensures your TV is properly representing the colors attempting to be shown, essentially attempting to match and adjust your screen for any actual color inaccuracies. Color...

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