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Discussion in 'iPad' started by ijen0311, Apr 6, 2010.
My iPad doesn't seem to auto adjust from sun -> inside at all. Anyone else experiencing this?
Mine doesn't seem to adjust either.
That's because there is no ambient light sensor. Thus there's no way for the iPad to know when the external lighting conditions change.
Same here. No brightness adjustment at all. Any fixes?
Then why would it have an auto-adjust brightness setting?
My guess is for apps to be able to adjust, such as iBooks. For instance if you put your finger over the little, tiny whole on the opposite side of the screen from the home bottom - nothing happens. Thus, no sensor.
Yes there is. It is on the top bezel opposite of the home button.
Previously thought to be a camera.
So back to square one then I guess.
Seems this problem has popped up on http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=2390332&tstart=30the apple forums as well.
Incorrect, covering it does nothing, thus there's no sensor there. BTW, yes I have auto brightness turned on...
Taken directly from Apple Ipad tech page
Ambient light sensor
Ok, so why doesn't it work then?
That's what we are trying to figure out!
I don't think anyone here will know.