Have you ever you open the phone in the morning to review the blindness partial due to the screen of the phone? It’s fairly annoying, and probably not good for your eyes, but it seems that iPhone users may have something for it in the future, thanks to the patented invention have been discovered recently belonging to Apple.
According to the invention, it describes a way iPhone users can protect their eyes against the screen bright while using it in the dark. Will determine the patent which is called ” avoid the shock in the monitors ” the amount of brightness that should be on you screen when they are run in the dark.
The way it works is very simple where you will discover sensors surrounding the phone’s level of darkness in the environment of the user, and then automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen while running the phone. This compared to current methods where it is adjusting the brightness levels in the phone only after you open the screen, and this may lead to injury of users temporarily blinded.
It’s not patented, but we don’t mind seeing such a feature makes its way to the iPhones of the future. However, because the patent that was submitted originally in 2007, we are not sure if there are plans to turn it into a fact, due to that we are sure that Apple could do it if she wants it already.
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