auto brightness

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Hawon, Jun 20, 2010.

  1. Hawon

    Hawon iPF Novice

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    my iPad's auto brightness seems doesn't work that well at all compare to iPhone/iPod touch. Every day, i have to adjust manually for the day time and night time. It is kinda getting annoying.

    Is it my iPad a faulty unit or it is actually how iPad has been designed?
    I can see brightness changes a very tiny bit here and there. Most of the times my display looks like going only slight brighter and slight darker...
     
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    figmo10 iPad Junkie

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    The few times that I've left autobrightness engaged, I've never noticed any difference. I've even covered the light sensor while watching the screen at full power. I keep it off now.
     
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    It appears to be a common complaint, that the auto brightness doesn't. It's nothing like how it works on the iPhone. Perhaps tomorrow's iOS4 rollout will resolve things... :)

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