Even when you lower the brightness slider of your iPhone to the lowest point in the control center, do you find that the brightness of the iPhone screen is still too bright? Here’s AdvancedBrightnessSlider adjusts that helps out to make this great challenge a foregone.
Many users use the “Reduce White Point” setting under the “Accessibility” menu to further reduce the brightness of the device. Still, it takes time and effort to enter this setting every time.
With AdvancedBrightnessSlider adjustment, you can integrate the white point reduction setting directly into the control center brightness slider.
The settings divide the brightness into two parts. At the top, you can control and adjust the brightness to a normal level. However, if you move the slider from this point, you can use a different part to control the white point beyond the 0% brightness level.
You can change the threshold when the slider changes from brightness to white point by adjusting the settings.
Users can also configure the auto-brightness disable feature to turn off automatically in Settings -> Accessibility -> Display & brightness. Disabling auto brightness with this setting hinders the device from automatically increasing brightness when you try to keep it low.
You can download the AdvancedBrightnessSlider adjustment from the Packix repository, which is freely downloadable. It is available for iOS 14 or higher.