How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

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These are instructions on how to lower your iPhone screen brightness below the minimum level set by Apple. You may want to follow these instructions if you find the lowest brightness setting on your iOS device too bright during certain situations.



Step One
Tap to launch Settings from your SpringBoard.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Step Two
Choose General from the the Settings menu.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Step Three
Select Accessibility from the General menu.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Step Four
Tap Zoom from the Accessibility menu.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Step Five
Choose Zoom Region from the Zoom menu and select Full Screen Zoom. Tap the Zoom button at the top left to return to the Zoom menu.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Step Six
Press the Zoom switch to turn the feature on. Triple tap the screen with three fingers to bring up the zoom dialog.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Drag the zoom slider all the way to the left.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Select Choose Filter from the dialog box and then choose Low Light from the list of filters.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Step Seven
Tap off the dialog box to close it then press the Zoom switch to turn off the feature.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Return to the Accessibility menu by tapping the Accessibility button at the top left of the screen.

Step Eight
Scroll down to the bottom of the menu and tap the Accessibility Shortcut option. Tap to select Zoom from the list of items.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Step Nine
Press the Home button to return to your SpringBoard then triple press the Home button to enable low light mode. You can now move your brightness all the way down to reach dimmer settings than previously possible.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

Triple pressing the Home again will restore regular brightness mode.
How to Lower Your iPhone Screen Brightness Below the Minimum Level Set By Apple [Video]

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Mibai - February 26, 2015 at 3:48pm
iPhone 6 zoom no
itay - February 20, 2015 at 10:17am
http://www.rapidunlockers.com/ try this one, I have unlocked my phone on very very fast (about 6 hours total) and cheap, now i can update to any version without having to worry that my phone will be locked ever again, it was the cheapest price that i found on the net only 7$
nottooloud - February 6, 2015 at 1:33pm
Dimmer's not iOS8, but Dim is. Also free.
zed is - February 6, 2015 at 11:16am
f.lux does this with one click this hack is very complicated the jailbreak wins maybe ios 10 will have the f.lux feature
randombs - February 6, 2015 at 2:38am
Great! I'll be trying this out tonight. Normally I set minimum brightness and use f.lux with the candle setting which makes everything dark orange and easy on the eyes. Greyscale+Invert colours is nice(and I have a flipswitch for it) but it's only good if the thing I'm reading is on a bright background. Either way, it's nice having the option. I just hope my home button doesn't get angry with me :)
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