Translucency effect is a graphic feature that can transform the screen into a blur and transparent one, so that the color or object behind can become vaguely visible. This thing has become a computer trend ever since Windows Vista Operating system launched this technology. Translucency with a dynamic change on a smartphone gives us a personal effect and sensation. The iOS on the iPhone and iPad is known as a derived interface from OS X in modified aqua interface form, and this design has been kept until iOS 6. On iOS 7, Tim Cook as an Apple CEO, has replaced head of iOS design and software engineers, so the changes happened in terms of design. Translucency has became the main idea of iOS 7.
iOS 7 has become an iOS revolution which came with a new feel and design. Some users are loving it and some others are not as thrilled. For some, new iOS with the new look gives the new feel and completely fresh experience. For others, this was not the best move by Apple, and they didn’t like the change in terms of design at all. Many people started to wonder: How to turn off translucency effect on iPhone or iPad?
As Apple noticed some users are not so happy about their new big idea, they decided to give the option for those who don’t like it. You can turn this off! If you are not the fan of translucency, keep on reading!
Steps to Turn off Translucency Effect on iPhone or iPad
Step 1: Go to Settings >> General >> Accessibility
Step 2: Find Increase Contrass, then swipe ON Reduce Transparency
So that translucency feature will go off, as you can see in the picture.