Today we are going to teach you calibrate the automatic brightness of the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
How to calibrate the automatic brightness of the iPhone
If you have activated the auto brightness option, this is one of our tutorials for iOS that you must take into account. We remember that this setting makes the device calibrate the brightness of the screen according to the lighting that we have around.
At first, this can be an advantage, but as we use our iPhone, this automatic setting may be misadjusted.
If it happens to us, we will see that when we are in the dark, our screen shines more than normal and is annoying for the eyes. What we do to solve this problem is to adjust the automatic brightness manually. And this is where the problem comes from and where we misadjust this automatic brightness.
We are going to give you the necessary guidelines to calibrate the brightness of the screen of the iPhone, iPad and ipod touch.
How to calibrate the automatic brightness of the iPhone and iPad:
The first thing we have to do is disable the automatic brightness of the device. For this we go, in iOS 13, to Settings / Accessibility / Display and text size.
Automatic brightness option on iOS
When we have it deactivated, we must go to a room or place that is quite dark. This is where we are going to start calibrating the automatic brightness.
Now that we are in a dark place, we must adjust the brightness manually. For this we access the control center.
Brightness control on iOS
We will have to adjust the brightness to our liking, just as we would like to have it when we have little light.
As we see in the previous image, this is the optimal brightness for when we are in the dark. When we have it adjusted to our liking, we activate the automatic brightness again and that’s it.
We have already calibrated the automatic brightness of the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. To check that it is calibrated, we can go to a place with light, and we will check how the brightness bar goes up automatically.
In this way, our device, taking as a reference the minimum brightness that we have marked, will calculate the brightness with respect to the light that is around you.