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Auto-Brightness is a highly user-friendly feature that automatically adjusts the brightness of your device by particular environments. The ability to seamlessly fine-tune the brightness enables it to extend the battery life of your device. In the latest iOS version, it no longer resides in its usual place under Display & Brightness section. So, where has it gone? Follow this quick guide to enable/disable Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on your iPhone and iPad to improve your viewing experience.

Removing the suspense, Auto-Brightness has now become the part of Accessibility suit. Despite being such an effective feature, it isn't able to perform up to the mark all the time or regulate the screen correctly as per ambiance. Therefore, you may want to have more control over it.

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How to Disable Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

How to Turn Off Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

Many a time, I found Auto-Brightness not living up to the task with the desired effect. For instance, whenever it detects bright lights, it increases brightness but fails to lower it when there is darkness. In such case, you may want to disable it.

Step #1. Open Settings app → Tap on General.

Tap on Settings Then General

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Step #2. Tap on Accessibility.

Tap on Accessibility in iPhone Settings

Step #3. Tap on Display Accommodation.

Tap on Display Accommodations in iPhone Settings

Step #4. Now, turn off the switch next to Auto-Brightness.

Disable Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

How to Enable Auto-Brightness on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device → Next, tap on General.

Tap on Settings Then General

Step #2. Now, you need to tap on Accessibility.

Tap on Accessibility in iPhone Settings

Step #3. Next up, tap on Display Accommodations.

Tap on Display Accommodations in iPhone Settings

Step #4. Finally, turn on the switch next to Auto-Brightness.

Enable Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

Your Take?

I wish AB performed more consistently as it's such a handy feature. What do you think of it? Share your feedback in the comments below.

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