Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Troneas, Jun 23, 2012.

  1. Troneas macrumors 65816


    Oct 26, 2011
    At the alternatives section.

    today I've acquired a brand new iPod touch 4th gen and I'm concerned the auto-brightness might not work as intended.

    its turned on by default but even though its at mid-level brightness the screen shows very dim in light conditions.

    I've changed the ambient light a few times and i couldn't notice any change.

    I've switched it off for now which immediately made the screen lighter but I'm wondering if I'm missing something?

    thanks in advance.
  2. Dark Dragon macrumors member

    Yeah... :)

    Hey!, you know that the more light the iPod touch produces, the faster the battery drains right?, and so when there is enough light in the enviroment, you do not need much light from the iPod, and when in dark enviroments, you NEED the iPod touch to light up so you can properly see everything in the Screen, i suggest you now to set the brightness to the middle or lower, and set auto-Brightness On, this way you save more battery life ;D:apple::D

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