iOS 10 Supports Color Spaces
Color gamut is going mainstream!
What does this mean for an average web use? More accurate color, more vibrant color, and particularly deep rich reds (think strawberries, bright red fabrics, sunsets, etc).
Far better color from an iPhone on a wide gamut display, the late 2015 iMac 5K, or any iPhone 7 model or presumably future iPad models.
But also on many printers that can print far wider range of color than any picture a previous iPhone could generate using the “sRGB” color space (laughably called “sad RGB”).
That’s because finally after years Apple now supports wide gamut color or simply “wide color”, via supporting the (moderately wide) DCI-P3 color space.
My workhorse display, the NEC PA302W, still has the best gamut and neutral grayscale out there.
For more, see iOS 10 Supports Color Spaces at diglloyd.com.