How to Turn Off Auto Brightness on iPhone

How to Turn Off Auto Brightness on iPhone

The iPhone has many auto functions that help the iPhone user’s usability. This includes auto-brightness where it helps manage the dim or brightness of your iPhone screen depending on the situation. If the iPhone sense that they are more daylights, it quickly minimize the iPhone brightness and if it is dark, it increases the iPhone brightness. This settings help the iPhone users to comfortably see the iPhone and at the same time help optimize the iPhone’s battery usage.

WHY TURN OFF AUTO-BRIGHTNESS?

There are many reasons why you should turn off the settings. Here are the top reasons:-

TO CUSTOMISE EXPERIENCE – Sometimes even when there is daylight, you still need the iPhone the display a high amount of brightness. Therefore, controlling it manually might help you with this

TO OPTIMISE BATTERY USAGE – Even though the auto-brightness objectives are to help in terms of battery usage, you can further reduce the battery usage with the correct manual input. This can be done by dimming your screen brightness every time you use your iPhone regardless of the situation. You can only do this by switching to manual mode.

So, if you are interested to learn how to do this function, here are the steps

Step 1

In your iPhone, go to “Settings”

Step 2

In Settings, tap “Accessibility”

Step 3

At the Accessibility menu, tap “Display & Text Size”

Step 4

At the Display and Text Size, scroll down to the bottom.

Tap the “Auto-Brightness” button to the left.

Once you have disabled the Auto-Brightness feature, you will need to manually adjust your screen brightness.

By adjusting manually, this will have an effect on your battery usage as it will consume more electricity if you do not adjust it correctly according to the room’s light and ambient.

So, there you have it – Simple steps how you can turn off auto-brightness for your iPhone. Please leave us a comment below on what other reasons that you want to disable the Auto-brightness function.

Please also read our previous article on iPhone flashlight tips and tricks


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