The color management system built into Apple's Macintosh operating system.
The color management technology integrated into Mac OS X. ColorSync ensures that the color you see is the same from your digital image onscreen to the image on the paper printed by your printer. ColorSync uses industry standard technologies such as ICC profiles and sRGB color spaces.
Building color management architecture for Apple Macintosh computers. Third party vendors utilize the ColorSync framework to provide device calibration, device characterization, and device profile building methods.
A method of managing color consistency between devices such as a computer monitor or printer.