As a battery saving measure, iphone Automatically adjust the screen brightness according to the brightness of the environment. The less ambient light, the darker the display, but that may not be what you want.
We recommend keeping your iPhone bright even when it’s dark. Because it makes it easier to see what’s on the screen, whether you’re reading an article or watching a movie. However, fixing this problem is not as easy as turning off the automatic brightness setting.
This guide will show you two settings you should disable to prevent your iPhone from automatically dimming. If you’re not careful, how does the iPhone adjust brightness even when those two settings are disabled?
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First, disable auto-brightness
Yes, this may seem a bit obvious, but the first thing you want to do is make sure auto-brightness is disabled in your settings. Automatically adjusts brightness according to ambient light. However, if you want to prevent your display from constantly trying to adjust, you should disable this feature.
In the settings application, accessibility > Display and font size and switch off auto brightness It’s at the bottom of the page.This setting is display and brightnessso it’s not uncommon for auto-brightness to be enabled without your knowledge. accessibility.
If your brightness still adjusts automatically, there is another setting that you should disable.
Also, True Tone should be turned off
if you have iPhone SE (2nd generation) or later, true tone Features include the ability to measure the color temperature and brightness of the environment and adjust the display accordingly. True Tones are useful. Not only does it help display more accurate colors in different lighting situations, it’s also an eye-friendly feature you need if you’re constantly reading on your phone.
Again, if you don’t care about this feature, don’t use it, or are simply annoyed that your brightness keeps adjusting automatically, you should disable it. setting,go to display and brightness and switch off true tone under Luminance header. Turning off True Tone will prevent the iPhone from automatically adjusting brightness, as long as auto-brightness is also disabled.
There is one exception.
Don’t let your iPhone overheat
The iPhone has several ways to protect internal components. This includes automatically dimming the display. Even if both Auto Brightness and True Tone are turned off, iPhone is overheating Automatically adjust display intensity.
According to AppleTo prevent this, use your iPhone between 32°F and 95°F (0°C and 35°C) and in temperatures between 4°F and 113°F (between -20°C and 45°C). Please keep it. Leaving your iPhone in your car or on the sidewalk on a hot day increases the chances of it overheating and automatically dimming the display.
But it’s not just sunny days that overheat. A defective battery can cause your iPhone to overheat. setting > battery > Battery status and charge Check if the battery needs to be replaced. Another reason could be buggy software. setting > Universal > software update Always use the latest updates to address software bugs and issues.