My Retina Display Is Ghosting Me
Apple Studio display?
Fortunately for my wallet, not yet. I was able to fix this in the display settings. First, I recalibrated the display to avoid the native white point, setting the color temperature to a cool blue -- anywhere from 7000K to 9500K. Second, not wanting to see Smurf all day, I went to the Night Shift settings and filtered out the excess blue by adjusting the slider to a warmer temperature... that is, until the colors looked natural again. Last, I created a custom Night Shift schedule to have it on 24 hours a day.
Evidently, being at, or near, the native white point leads to "burn-in." This solution could limit the color gamut, and thus might not be acceptable to photography and video professionals. But for programmers, writers, accountants, and the like, it's workable. Indeed, with a little compromise, some relationships can be mended, and extended.