By default, your iPhone, or any iOS device that runs on the latest version, automatically adjusts the screen brightness depending on the amount of ambient light it receives. When you go into the Display & brightness menu in Settings, you won’t be able to find the auto brightness feature. It’s because it’s located on another menu.
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That is what we’re going to show you in this post. We will walk you through in disabling the Auto Brightness feature in your device. The process is easy and simple, here’s how it’s done:
Go back to the Home screen and tap Settings.
This will open the Settings app that allows you to change some features in your iPhone.
Scroll down to find Accessibility and once found, tap on it.
On the next screen, you should see a lot of options that will help you set up the accessibility of your device.
Tap Display & Text Size.
It will bring you to the screen that allows you to change the font and button shapes.
Scroll all the way down to find Auto-Brightness.
It’s the last option under Display & Text Size that’s why it’s very hard to find.
Tap the switch next to Auto-Brightness to disable it.
The switch should be gray and not green so that your device won’t automatically adjust the screen brightness.
- iOS 16
- iPhone 14 Pro
Please bear in mind that turning off auto-brightness may affect battery life and long-term display performance. But that is only if your device’s screen brightness is set at a higher level.
We hope that this guide can help you.