Even if your iPhone's brightness slider is all the way down, your screen will probably still be too bright at night when all lights are dim or turned off. So if you want to keep scrolling Instagram in bed or enjoy a late night TikTok binge without hurting your eyes, then there's a quick trick you can use to make your screen even darker and those peepers too. appearance.
Open Settings, tap "Accessibility" and then select "Display and text size". From there, scroll down and flip the switch next to & # 39; Decrease White Point & # 39; On. This setting lowers the intensity of bright colors on your iPhone's screen, resulting in an overall less clear picture. You can use the slider that seems to choose between 25% (the mildest setting) and 1
To use the Reduce White Point preference without going to Settings each time, add it as an "Accessibility Shortcut". In the "Accessibility" menu you'll find the option at the bottom. Check "Reduce white point", and each time you click your side or home button three times (depending on your iPhone model), turn it on or off with the last intensity used.
With Reduce White Point to 100% and your brightness slider to zero, your iPhone may be just too weak but it's still too bright for your eyes, there are other steps you can take to further reduce the brightness.
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