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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by The Game 161, Aug 20, 2015.
Or do you decide to do it manually to fit your needs inside and out?
I use the auto function. Sometimes I adjust manually if I think it's needed.
Always used auto-brightness and it's always been perfect. Only trouble I had was on iOS9 Beta 1.
Always use auto-brightness, unless I want to save battery and squeeze out as much usage as possible. In that case I turn it off and stick it on the lowest setting.
Nope, adjust manually. I usually keep it around 50-55%, which is perfect for almost all situations and doesn't kill the battery.
Checking up on the same question a few years later? http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/do-you-all-have-auto-brightness-set-to-on.1198414/
No. Not that I don't think the auto brightness is smart, but just been used to adjust it manually, since the control bar has made it much easier.
You think people remember what topics they start two years ago? Seriously? And what sad person even bothers searching that?
Showed up as a similar thread once you are in this one. Seemed kind of interesting when it appeared as the same question from same poster, nothing more.
I created that thread when I had my iPhone 4 and I had sanding phones for the past few years so I also wasn't aware difference wise of screen brightness compared to back then is any different now
I find the auto brightness works well and haven not move my slider in a long time. Runs at about 40-45%.
i never use auto brightness adjust since i find that just swiping up the control screen is easier to adjust the brightness for those cases where i need it.
but to try out auto brightness i have turned it on. switching it on immediately dimmed the screen, which is fine.
but with auto brightness turned on i set the brightness to maximum and then let the screen go to sleep for a minute or so.
when the phone awakes it has remained at the maximum intensity still.
the question is: what does it need to return to a setting that it itself thinks is best? when does the auto come back on?
Kinda flew off of the deep end there, didn't ya, mate?
I have always used auto, and don't see a compelling reason to do otherwise.
I feel manually adjusting it is like calibrating it too you. So if you set it to very bright in a dark room it tends to always be bright. So you want to set it to the environment you are in and let it do the rest.