Calibrate your Mac display
How you perceive the colors on your display can be affected by many factors, such as ambient light, the position and angle of the display, and the age of the display. To accommodate for these factors, you can adjust your display using Display Calibrator Assistant.
Note: If you have Apple Pro Display XDR, Apple Studio Display, a 14-inch MacBook Pro (2021 or later, or a 16-inch MacBook Pro (2021 or later), see Customize the calibration using the Pro Display Calibrator.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click Displays in the sidebar. (You may need to scroll down.)
Click the pop-up menu next to “Color profile” on the right, then choose Customize. The color profile for your display and a list of other color profiles appears.
Click the Add button to open Display Calibrator Assistant.
Display Calibrator Assistant walks you through adjusting your display, then creates a calibrated color profile. The number of adjustments in the calibration process varies depending on the type of display.
When the display profile is ready, it’s automatically assigned as your display’s color profile.
Calibrating your display isn’t usually necessary for a Mac in a typical home or office environment.
Some displays have additional built-in color accuracy and calibration features. See the documentation that came with your display.