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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Cryates, Sep 11, 2017.
So is that why my phone keeps changing the brightness and there seems to be no way to toggle that off?
No. The auto-brightness switch is now under Accessibility-Display Accommodations, or you can search in the Settings app.
Ah, I see. Thank you!
Could this also be a way for Apple to prevent people from keeping their iPhone X at max brightness all of the time by hiding the toggle? Annoying but clever way to hinder burn-in.
It's on Apple to mitigate the burn in because it would be a defect if it happened and they'd be replacing a lot of phones.
All said, it is an inherent OLED issue that never totally went away...
Heavy users need to be mindful!
I hadn't thought much about this. I normally leave my phone with an app that shows the time temp weather etc showing at night. Will it be an issue?
Hmm. My guess is the app developer will change it to subtly move the pixels and the information around the screen...
Yeah, that will definitely be a no-no with the X.
you serious?? Apple surly took enough precautions for this..
For the record, I have no way of actually knowing and no one does. It's baked into the software code that Apple has some kind of burn-in mitigation going on, but we don't know what that means and they will likely never tell us exactly what that means. For now, why take the risk with the history of OLED burn-in? Pixel shifting could be the mitigation Apple has implemented, but do developers have to update their app so that pixel shifting works, or does it just work? And how effective will it be with a constant image being shown? A lot of unknowns, so again, why risk it?
Why is this a no-no? You have warrenty, apple isnt difficult with replacing iphones in the past under warrenty.
Go for it, but dont start doing it before warrenty expires.
I don’t even use my phone that much anyway it’s good to have 2 phones if u wanna over do it
Micro LED !!!!! Come on Apple. Get on with it !!!!!!!