September 23, 2017

Eye Soar: Reduce Your iOs11 Brightness and have less eye Stress

As the excitement begins around the corner about the hitting of the market the ios11 as one of the biggest updates which has come to iOS in the recent couple of years. as for those who did not join the iOS beta you are definitely in for a treat.


The iOS 11 update is especially huge for all the iPad users out there, because, it will turn their iPads from a simple media consumption device to something which can really help them get things done. However, not everything is right here. Every update brings some changes which you might not personally like. For me, the new notification panel (or the cover sheet) just doesn’t work. I would go as far as saying that this is my most hated change in iOS 11.

There are also some other minor annoyances here and there. For example, there’s no way to change the auto brightness from inside the display settings. I personally always keep auto brightness off on all my devices. Hence I was pretty flustered to see that I was unable to turn-off the auto brightness from the display settings. If you are also struggling with the same, this is how you can turn off auto brightness in iOS 11:

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Turn Off Auto Brightness In iOS 11

iOS 11 brings a ton of new features to Apple’s mobile devices, however, it also removes a couple of them. For example, the 3D touch to open the task manager is gone. Although, according to Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, the feature has been removed due to some technical constraint and is slated to be back in a future iOS 11 update, I really hate to see that happening with one of my favorite features.

Thankfully, nothing of such sort has happened with the auto brightness setting. It has merely been relocated to another place which just makes it hard to discover it. I don’t know the reasoning behind Apple’s decision to relocate the auto brightness toggle, however, I am just happy that they didn’t completely remove it. That being said, let’s see how we can turn off auto brightness in iOS 11. Don’t worry, it’s not that difficult if you know what you are doing. It will just take a few more steps than usual.

  1. Open the “Settings” menu and then tap on “General”.

2. Here, tap on “Accessibility” and then scroll down to find “Display Accommodations” and then tap on it.

3. Now, find the “Auto-Brightness” toggle and turn it off. If you want to turn on your auto brightness toggle in the future, this is where you come back to.





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