Your iPhone’s display keeps adjusting the brightness on its own and you’re beginning to get annoyed. This is known as Auto-Brightness, and it can easily be disabled on iPhones running iOS 11. In this article, I’ll show you how to turn off Auto-Brightness on your iPhone!
How To Turn Off Auto-Brightness On iPhone
To turn off Auto-Brightness on your iPhone, go to Settings -> Accessibility and tap Display & Text Size. Then, turn off the switch to the right of Auto-Brightness. You’ll know Auto-Brightness is off when the switch is white and positioned to the left.
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Should I Turn Off Auto-Brightness?
We generally don’t recommend turning off Auto-Brightness for two main reasons:
- You’ll have to manually adjust the brightness of your iPhone’s display any time it’s too bright or too dark.
- Your iPhone’s battery may drain more quickly if the display is set to a high brightness level for extended periods of time.
If you find that your iPhone’s battery is dying faster after you turn off Auto-Brightness, check out our article for plenty of iPhone battery-saving tips!
How To Turn Auto-Brightness Back On
If you ever want to turn Auto-Brightness back on, the process is exactly the same:
- Open Settings.
- Tap Accessibility.
- Tap Display & Text Size.
- Turn on the switch next to Auto-Brightness. You’ll know it’s on when the switch is green.
Look On The Bright Side
You’ve successfully turned off iPhone Auto-Brightness and now your screen won’t adjust on its own! Make sure you share this article on social media with your family and friends to teach them how to turn off Auto-Brightness on their iPhones as well. If you have any further questions, leave them below in the comments section!
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