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How to make your iPhone screen darker than the lowest Brightness setting

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How to make your iPhone screen darker than the lowest Brightness setting

What do you do if the iPhone's lowest brightness setting is not sufficient? Pass even darker.

A lot as I respect the iPhone's blindingly brilliant LED screen in direct daylight, it is not all the time the nicest sight to see in a middle of the night setting. That is very true for iPad pros and iPhone users alike who would possibly want their tool to be used in darkened theaters or whilst surveying the night time sky.

Briefly: When you wish to have to use your iPhone or iPad with out blinding your self or within reach neighbors, now and again iOS' lowest Brightness setting simply does not reduce it. However there is a higher means, thank you to Apple's Accessibility settings.

How to make your iPhone darker than the lowest Brightness setting

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Move to Common > Accessibility > Zoom.
  3. Allow Zoom.
  4. Set the Zoom Area to Complete Screen Zoom.

  5. Faucet on Zoom Clear out.
  6. Choose Low Gentle.

Your screen will in an instant dim; from right here, you'll be able to do extra minor brightness changes from Regulate Middle. (The ones of you hoping for differently to save your battery lifestyles will unfortunately be disenchanted, sadly; the screen "dimming" is in fact only a clear out, now not a bodily dimming of your screen.)

How to arrange a shortcut for ultra-low brightness

The ones six steps above are a pleasant time-waster and all, however you'll be able to make ultra-dimming your screen at any time a cinch via enabling Apple's Accessibility shortcut.

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Move to Basic > Accessibility > Accessibility Shortcut.

  3. Choose Zoom, if it is not already decided on.

Now, each time you would like to turn on (or deactivate) Zoom's Low Gentle brightness setting, triple-press the House button and press the Zoom button on the ensuing pop-up.

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