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

Summary

Want to turn off auto-brightness on iOS 11 but don’t know how? Read on this guide to see how to turn off auto-brightness in iOS 11 on your iPhone/iPad with 2 simple steps.

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Sep. 25, 2017

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"Why does the brightness on my iPhone 8 Plus change by itself? I want to change it by myself. Anyone knows how to stop brightness from changing on iPhone 8 Plus?"

Auto-Brightness is one of the most excellent features that Apple designed for users to automatically adjusts the brightness of user’s device as environments change. With this feature, the battery life of your iPhone/iPad will also be extended.

In previous iOS 10, you need to go to Settings and tap Display & Brightness to enable/disable auto-brightness on your device. But in iOS 11, this feature has been moved under Accessibility Settings and it will turn on by default. Lots of users complain that iOS 11 brightness keeps changing and they want to stop brightness from changing on their iPhone just like above user.

Then, how to turn off auto-brightness in iOS 11 if you prefer to control the brightness yourself? Don’t worry. In this guide, we will guide you to turn off auto-brightness in iOS 11 on iPhone/iPad with detailed steps.

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

Step 1. Go to Settings > Tap General > Choose Accessibility.

How to Turn Off Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on iPhone/iPad – Step 1

How to Turn Off Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on iPhone/iPad – Step 1

Step 2. Tap Display Accommodations > Turn off Auto-Brightness.

How to Turn Off Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on iPhone/iPad – Step 1

How to Turn Off Auto-Brightness in iOS 11 on iPhone/iPad – Step 2

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Step 1. Download and install AnyTrans on your computer, launch it > Connect your iPhone to the computer via USB cables> Click on Add Content.

How to Sync Wallpapers from Computer to iPhone/iPad – Step 1

How to Sync Wallpapers from Computer to iPhone/iPad – Step 1

Step 2. Select the wallpapers you want to transfer > Click Open button to proceed.

How to Sync Wallpapers from Computer to iPhone/iPad – Step 2

How to Sync Wallpapers from Computer to iPhone/iPad – Step 2

Step 3. Check the items, and then click Right Arrow to start the process > Wait for a while, your selected wallpapers should be stored on your iPhone now.

How to Sync Wallpapers from Computer to iPhone/iPad – Step 3

How to Sync Wallpapers from Computer to iPhone/iPad – Step 3

The Bottom Line

You may have successfully turned off auto-brightness in iOS 11 on your iPhone/iPad. If you have any other trouble on this problem or this guide, feel free to leave your comment below, and we will reply you soon. At last, if you have the requirements of transferring data from iDevices to iDevices/Mac/PC/iTunes, or from iDevices/Mac/PC/iTunes to iDevices, turn to AnyTrans for help.

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