You like to use your iPhone at night in a dark room, with the lights out, but the lowest brightness setting bothers your eyes. In this case, you may want to make your iPhone’s screen even darker than your brightness setting actually allows. Thankfully, you can easily do this thanks to Apple’s Accessibility settings. Wanna know how it’s done? Let’s walk along with me.
Steps to make your iPhone’s display even darker than the brightness setting allows
Step 1: First off, you are supposed to launch the Settings app.
Step 2: Next, navigate to General > Accessibility > Zoom.
Step 3: Now, you will need to tap Zoom to turn on the zoom feature.
Step 4: Make sure that the Zoom Region is set to Full Screen Zoom.
Step 5: Tap Choose Filter, and then select Low Light.
The screen brightness will immediately reduce. You can also adjust the level of brightness from Control Center. You just need to drag the brightness slider to the left or right until you are satisfied.
Steps to set up a shortcut for ultra-low brightness
You can set up a shortcut for ultra-low brightness by setting up the Home button.
Step 1: Launch the Settings app.
Step 2: Navigate to General > Accessibility > Accessibility Shortcut.
Step 3: Lastly, tap Zoom.
From now onwards, when you need to activate the zoom setting, simply triple-press the Home button and select Zoom in the menu that pops up.
That’s all there is to it. Got any questions about making your iPhone’s display even darker than the brightness setting allows? Drop them in the comments section below and we will be happy to help you out with the problem you may have.
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