Auto Brightness bug?

Just_Me_D

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Yes, it has been reported in regard to the iPhone, but auto-brightness on the iPad seem to be unaffected.
 

disflipissofresh

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Nvm, it works. It just slow for some reason lol. So try this method I found. Put the brightness to the lowest it can go, then turn on auto brightness and give it a little light and you should see it move.
 
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Nvm, it works. It just slow for some reason lol. So try this method I found. Put the brightness to the lowest it can go, then turn on auto brightness and give it a little light and you should see it move.

Excellent...That did indeed work. Thank you for the tip..:D
 

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It fixed it for a few months and it went back to its crummy auto brightness shenanigans again. Hopefully Apple fixes this issue in the future.
 

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mine was funky for awhile too a few months ago. i got it working properly again by turning it off, adjusting the phone to the brightness i wanted it at for the ambient light i was currently in, then turned it on. after that, its been working fine. there was a how to article posted here or somewhere else a few months ago that explained it.