iPhone Auto Brightness missing after iOS 11 update? So how can we turn off iOS 11 Auto Brightness? Read on the following post to know where did iOS 11 Auto Brightness go and how to turn it off.
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Recently, questions about iOS 11 Auto Brightness sprang up. Apple has changed the placement of Auto Brightness in iOS 11, which misleads users into the impression of iOS 11 Auto Brightness missing. For example, a user from reddit reported, “The toggle for Auto Brightness has been missing for a couple of past beta iOS 11 updates. My phone’s brightness has been adjusting on its own.”
So where to find the iPhone Auto Brightness in iOS 11? And how to turn off iOS 11 Auto Brightness when you want to control the phone brightness by youself? Read on the article to find answers.
In iOS 11, you can no longer find the Auto Brightness option in Settings > Display & Brightness section. Follow the steps below to find iOS 11 Auto Brightness.
Step 1. On your iPhone, open the Settings app.
Step 2. Scroll to “General” and hit it.
Step 3. Choose “Accessibility”.
Step 4. Find and enter “Display Accommodations” and turn off “Auto-Brightness” if it has been enabled.
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Lydia Member of @PrimoSync team, an optimistic Apple user, willing to share solutions about iOS related problems.