How to Disable Auto-Brightness on iPhone iOS 13 and iPad iPadOS 13

Auto-Brightness on Apple’s iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 is Quite any and Useful features. As by default, Auto-brightness enabled us to save battery and to disableĀ Auto-Brightness. It also helps during the night so that it would affect your eye by direct light. Even Apple recently introduced the latest Dark Mode to extend battery and to gives you a perfect low-light condition.

Disabling Auto-Brightness comes handy during watching any Video or Movie because you would want any interference, and it is noticeable that your brightness adjusting. However, I like to watch Netflix on my device on maximum brig and wish to stay at max.

Apple allows you to Disable Auto-Brightness on iPhone with some simple steps. We are going to teach you how you can find and How to Disable Auto-Brightness according to your preference. It is Quite easy earlier, but after the iOS 13 and iPadOS, it quite tricky because the Auto-Brightness Setting no longer available within the Display and Brightness.

How to Disable Auto-Brightness on iPhone iOS 13 and iPad iPadOS 13

How you can Disable Auto-Brightness in iOS 13 or iPad 13

  1. Open the “Setting” app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Scroll down and Head over to “Accessibility.”
  3. Now, Scroll down and Choose “Display and Text Size.”
    (You Will find it under Vision Section.)
  4. Here you Will find setting for your “Auto-Brightness.”
  5. Toggle to Switch disable Auto-Brightness.
  6. That’s it, and You can now Exit out of the setting.

How to Enable Auto-Brightness on iPhone & iPad

  1. Open the “Setting” app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Scroll down and Head over to “Accessibility.”
  3. Now, Scroll down and Choose “Display and Text Size.”
    (You Will find it under Vision Section.)
  4. Here you Will find setting for your “Auto-Brightness.”
  5. Toggle to enable Auto-Brightness.
  6. That’s it, and You can now Exit out of the setting.

Now, iPhone and iPad Would no longer automatically adjusts brightness. Auto-Brightness works pretty well by changing the light using a sensor based on the ambient lighting conditions. But Sometimes its fails to result either too bright in dim environments or continues to stutter at a low intensity during outdoor beaming sun. The wrong Auto-Adjusting algorithm is the primary reason why the majority of the iPhone user opts to disable Auto-Brightness on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.

Enable Auto-Brightness on your iPhone and iPad

In the end, if this happens to want to enable Auto-Brightness again, then you can tweak again. You have to follow the same setting and then turn on the toggle in the end.

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Apple continuously changes the Auto-Brightness for a long time, which is annoying, but we believe they should use a basic similar to Android. We are going to share the iOS 12 Auto-Brightness setting. Have a look.

How to Adjust the Display Brightness Manually before iOS 13

  1. Open “Settings” on your iPhone and iPad
  2. Head over to “Display and Brightness”
  3. Drag the Brightness Slider
    (You can move your finger left to right to adjust the brightness.) OR
  4. Quick-Adjust your Auto-Brightness
  5. Open “Control Center”
  6. Drag the Brightness Slider
    (You can move your finger left to right to modify the light.)

Let us known your experience, or do you use Auto-Brightness on iPhone or iPad. Share your thoughts in the comment section down below.

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