What the hell.. this is strange

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  1. Honda

    Honda Member

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    Is it me or did Apple change their brightness setting?

    I remember on the 1st ever iPhone, there brightness setting (MAX) was super bright, and now for the iP4, it isn't that bright.

    Or is it just my iP4? I just got it today and hope it isnt a defect one...omg

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  2. ChrisL

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    Try turning off the auto-brightness (if it's on),
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    I also noticed that on my iphone 4. I used to have the brightness at a 1/4 of the slider on my iphone 3G but now I'm at half with the iphone 4.
  4. Honda

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    What does auto brightness do?
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    It adjusts the brightness to your light.
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    My light? Outside light in real life?

    Sorry I'm confused =/
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    Yep, so there isn't a glare on your screen and stuff like that

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  8. Honda

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    Oh.. that's awesome, what is it using to detect it the light o.o
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    It uses a light sensor on top of the screen. It's hard to see, but in the right lighting/angle, you may be able to see it.
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    Oh.. I see, thanks everyone!

    Also, is there a way I can know to check if my iPhone 4 is a defect or not?
    Except the antennae issue.

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