Have you experienced your iPhone screen randomly dimming even when you don’t want it to? This can be quite frustrating, especially when you’re in the middle of something important. The reason why this happens is that the automatic brightness feature is turned on.
Automatic brightness adjusts the brightness of your display according to the lighting conditions you’re in. So, if you’re outside in bright sunlight, your display will turn brighter, and if you’re in a dimly lit environment, your display will turn dimmer.
However, if you’re not a fan of this feature and would rather manage your display brightness manually, then here’s how you can turn it off.
First, go to your iPhone’s Settings application and scroll down until you see the Accessibility option. Click on it and scroll down further until you see the Display option. Here, you’ll find the Auto-Brightness toggle. Turn this off, and you’ll be able to manage your display brightness manually.
To adjust your display brightness, swipe up from the bottom if you have a home button iPhone, or swipe down from the top right of your Control Center if you have a newer iPhone. This way, you’ll be able to adjust your brightness according to your preference and not have to worry about it randomly changing.
If you ever want to turn the automatic brightness feature back on, just go back to the Display option in your Accessibility settings and turn the toggle back on.
Managing your display brightness may seem like a small thing, but it can make a big difference in your iPhone experience. So, if you’re annoyed with your iPhone screen randomly dimming, try turning off the automatic brightness feature and see how it goes.