You might have noticed that your iPhone can automatically adjust the display brightness to match the ambient lighting. When Auto-Brightness is on, you will notice that the brightness slider on your device moves according to changing light conditions. However, if you prefer manual controls, you can turn off Auto-Brightness, but the option is in an unusual place.
You might think that the automatic brightness option would be under Display & Brightness. But, you will only find the True Tone toggle in that category. Luckily, the Auto-Brightness toggle is not too difficult to locate. Here’s how to turn off Auto-Brightness on iPhone in a few simple steps.
Learn how to turn off Auto-Brightness on iPhone
- Launch Settings > Accessibility.
- Next tap Display & Text Size within Accessibility.
- Scroll down and toggle off the switch for Auto-Brightness.
That’s it! Now, when you adjust the brightness on your device, it will stay at that level until you change it again. This can be a good trick to converse battery life you keep the brightness low but it can also drain your battery faster if you leave your iPhone on high brightness a lot. Make sure to keep this in mind.
We hope this guide helped you learn how to turn off Auto-Brightness on iPhone. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below.
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