Why is the color reproduction on the HP laptop does not coincide with the screen of the Iphone and how to fix it?

Good afternoon. Do design, and when the finished work will be sent to your phone and open it, I see a complete mismatch in color.

Laptop HP 15-bw053ur the colours are muted, darker, while the iPhone 6 vigorous colors, too bright compared to the laptop.

How this problem fix? Can anything be replaced to more or less match at least, but not so the difference was obvious?

Calibration did not help, not even close to done similar. The contrast is at maximum.
March 23rd 20 at 19:22
4 answers
March 23rd 20 at 19:24
On the iPhone you cannot customize the color profile. If the plant is for display unscrewed contrast, there is nothing that can be done. I've heard there are browser that you can feed your profile, but not experienced.

Calibrate the monitor device. The eye will not work (and the built-in calibrators, too). After calibration will tell you the deviation from the reference values and provide a file with a color profile.

Conduct the calibration every 6-12 months. The service is not expensive, around 15$ worth.
i.e. there is no need to buy "adequate monitor" as advised here, the calibration will solve the issue?

I'm new, so work on that laptop. if the problem is solved, I will order the calibration. if not, I will look for what is optimal and easy to work.. - Tara_Cummerata31 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:27
@Tara_Cummerata31, but will not let you calibrate anything on this monitor. Can hardly even balance white, contrast. Color, saturation, dynamic range, contrast — nothing.

@Orie.Little29you took a look at the matrix (dim TFT-TN) the author of the question in the laptop before you advise the calibration? He'll only spend money. - elisha commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:30
@elisha, in any case, the calibration will be closer to the reference. I recommend even the laptop on the rear to give a lot of rough stocks from the plant are corrected.
It is clear that it will not be perfect.
And Kamon, 15 bucks. - Orie.Little29 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:33
@Tara_Cummerata31, a good monitor is needed. He has more color gamut, contrast, etc. - accordingly he can be closer to the reference. In your case, the matrix TN is really bad. I would advise you to change it. - Orie.Little29 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:36
@Orie.Little29, calibration in this case and this monitor as a third leg when two broken. It only money and time spent not getting anything in the end. - elisha commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:39
@elisha, OK) - Orie.Little29 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:42
@Orie.Little29, I now understand when my Macbook Pro 15 (2017) do the calibration. There's no question. - elisha commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:45
March 23rd 20 at 19:26
So, better to start with the question – why do you need calibration ?

1. Screen each device is unique, in addition to this, users adjust the brightness.
2. It's best to look official position of Apple in color
https://developer.apple.com/design/human-interface...
Links inside, will help you understand what colors best to use and what to evaluate when selecting colors.
3. There is Mirroring software, for example using Figma can be directly on the phone look what happens

I mostly himself sitting behind a great screen because I'm resting my eyes and then in the process sometimes check on the target devices, which are slightly worse.
The other question wasthe same color on different devices and what to do with it. - Orie.Little29 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:29
@Orie.Little29, to live with it. Nothing more to do with it. As it will be the third and all subsequent devices that are all together a little but different.
The designer is not painting itself, but for users, their device is different.

The question itself is not entirely correct. - Estefania_White commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:32
@Estefania_White, normal question, the author just never heard of the hardware calibration of the display. - Orie.Little29 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:35
March 23rd 20 at 19:28
Your question can be answered completely differently. Let's start with the fact that should check the color on several other devices (preferably the most popular). Maybe it's on your iPhone e the image more different from the picture, which will see the majority of the audience of your design on their gadgets? You're not self-admiring disinte =)
Secondly, if you disinte recently, you should Google it and make sure that the cause is not a choice you any specific or simply the wrong color profiles.
Well, if the matter is still in the laptop, two ways, which one is preferable, I see the change of computer.
March 23rd 20 at 19:30
1. Different color schemes devices!
2. Different hardware devices.
3. Calibration will not help

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