Open the Settings icon on the iPhone and scroll to AutoAnswer. Tap "AutoAnswer" and select "PhoneCall Settings." Tap the blue "On" button next to "Auto Answer." It changes to "Off" until you are ready to use it again.
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Turning auto brightness off will only effect negatively on the OLED screen if you keep it on full brightness for a long time. It might develop the OLED burn in. However, if you're planning to keep it dimmer then it should be fine.
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How to turn off auto-brightness on iPhone or iPad
Step 1: Open the “Settings” app. Step 2: Find “Display & brightness”, then go to “Auto-Lock”. Step 3: Tap “Never” to turn off auto lock, or tap to choose another auto lock time.
Here's how to turn it on or off:
Step 1: Press the Home button under your screen to display your iPhone's Home screen. Step 2: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to bring up the Control Center. Step 3: Press the Portrait Orientation Lock button at the top-right corner of the Control Center.
Apple has long allowed iPhone and iPad users to automatically install software updates overnight after they were manually downloaded. The new feature in iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 further automates the process by downloading new operating system versions without user intervention.
Here's how it works: Open the “Settings” on your iPhone and go to “General.” Select the “Auto Lock” option. Select “Never.”
Auto-Brightness will consume less power only in the sense that it will darken itself automatically. Switching it off and leaving the brightness as low as you are willing will result in the lowest possible power consumption.
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We understand that you'd like to stop your iPhone from automatically syncing with your Mac when it's connected. We'd like to help. You can do this by unchecking the box next to "Automatically sync when this iPhone is connected" in Finder.
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