Want to either disable or enable auto-brightness on your iPhone and iPad? Well, it was quite easy before iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 update, just go to Settings -> Display & Brightness. That’s it.

But now Auto-Brightness toggle doesn’t show up in the Display & Brightness section. So where it is now? Well, Apple has relocated to it under the Accessibility setting. This is one of the common features that most people use including me.

So why you need to turn off auto-brightness on your iPhone or iPad? The thing is sometimes the sensor doesn’t work as it should be like often either too bright when it’s in a dim environment or continuously changing brightness level when I’m outdoor. So that’s why I like to change the brightness level manually.

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How to Turn Off/On Auto-Brightness in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 Devices

Step 1: Go to Settings apps on your iPhone or iPad.

iPhone Settings App

Step 2: Now Select Accessibility.

Accessibility (iOS 13)

Step 3: Click on Display & Text Size under the Vision section.

Display & Text Size (iOS 13)

Step 4: Scroll down to the bottom and you will see the Auto-Brightness option. Turn it off and you are good to go.

Auto-Brightness (iOS 13)

In case you are tired of manually changing the brightness level, you can repeat the same from step 1 and Turn On the toggle.

If you have questions, comment down below and I will try to help.

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