How to Fix iOS 10 Brightness Issues on iPhone/iPad


Are you confused about brightness decrease after iOS 10 upgrade? Read this guide to get the solution to fix iOS 10 brightness issues.


Oct. 13, 2016


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It has been a few weeks since the public release of iOS 10. Apple called it "the biggest release of iOS ever", and indeed it has added many new and cool features to this brand new operating system, like the bubble effects of iMessages, the bedtime wake up alarm etc.

However, many users also meet some problems after updating iPhone/iPad to iOS 10. The brightness problem is one of them. Some users say that there seems to be a brightness decrease in iOS 10 on their iPhone, iPad or iPod. Here in this guide we will tell you how to fix the iOS 10 brightness issues. Let's get it on.

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How to Fix iOS 10 Brightness Issues

There is a setting called Reduce White Point on your device. Most users will not find it until others mention it. When you turn this feature on, it will reduce the intensity of bright colors on your iPhone/iPad, and then you will have a dim screen.

You may say that you haven't turned it on at all. Yes, it might be true. It can be Apple switches it on when you update to iOS 10 and then you may find the brightness decrease. Now follow the steps below to see how to fix this iOS 10 brightness problem.

Step 1. Go to Settings app > Tap on General.

Step 2. Tap on Accessibility > Choose Display Accommodations.

Step 3. Turn Reduce White Point off. Or you can also adjust the intensity of bright colors by dragging the button.

The Bottom Line

Hope this guide can help you fix iOS 10 brightness issues successfully. And do not forget to have a free try on AnyTrans, it will not let you down.

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