Viewing the Touch screen in direct / indirect sunlight

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  1. mikeyg54

    mikeyg54 New Member

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    Was sitting on the LIRR heading home when I had this thought... after watching some guy playing with his PSP, as the sun was falling on his screen.... hhmmmm, I wondered how my Touch, which is now enroute from Anchorage, is going to handle the sunlight hitting it? Will I be able to watch my movies/tv shows without problem? How does the Touches screen look when sunlight hits it. I realize that sunlight hitting the screen is not an optimal viewing situation, but couldn't help but think how it would look. Those that are lucky to have one.... how does it handle sunlight?
  2. Mint-Berry Crunch

    Mint-Berry Crunch Member

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    it was cloudy today but still pretty bright. i could see the display just fine infact it looked good. direct sunlight? i dunno ill test it out tomorrow and see
  3. whatproblems

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    i found out just to play with the brightness setting with it
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    Mustachio New Member

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    in direct sunlight its a bit hard to see... i was at about 50% brightness (default), maybe changing the brightness all the way up would help

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