How to Disable Auto-Brightness in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

iOS 13 came with a few tweaks. some changes, such as relocating Assistive touch improvisation with it feels pretty intuitive shuffle button in Apple Music and Auto-Brightness seems a bit annoying. For a change, the Auto-Brightness toggle is no longer included in the Display & Brightness section. So where did he go? Apple buried it deep within the Accessibility setting, which seems like a bad move considering how widely the feature is used. In case this dreaded displacement drives you crazy, let me help you disable auto-brightness on your iOS 13 or iPadOS 13 devices.

Turn Auto-Brightness on/off on iPhone and iPad

Most of the time, iOS can’t read the environment, although it works pretty well at automatically adjusting the brightness of the screen via sensors based on the surrounding light. As a result, the screen often either gets too bright in dim environments or stays stuck at low brightness when outside in the shining sun. This is the main reason why I prefer to adjust the brightness of the screen manually.

By default, iOS keeps this feature enabled to improve your viewing experience. Also not to mention that it can help Increase your iPhone’s battery life. But then again, it doesn’t always work effectively. That’s where the option to disable auto-brightness comes into play.

1. Start Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.

2. Now select Accessibility.

Choose Accessibility

3. Under Opinion section, tap on Screen and Text Size.

Choose Image and Text Size

4. Next, scroll down. Then turn off the switch auto brightness.

Turn off Auto-Brightness

Going forward, iOS will no longer automatically fine-tune the brightness of the screen. So you can control it however you want.

If you later change your mind and want to take advantage of this feature, go to the same settings (explained above) and finally toggle the toggle switch.

Disable Auto-Brightness on Your iPhone and iPad

This is the correct way to disable auto-brightness in the latest iteration of iOS. I will get used to this change over time. And I’m sure many users will get used to it. As a user, I would appreciate it if Apple provides a way to access it directly from the Control Center like the newly added ones. Dark Mode. What do you think of this suggestion?

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