This tweak allows you to dim the screen even further than usual with the brightness slider in Control Center. It uses the “Reduce White Point” Setting, which can usually be found in Settings > Accessibility > Display & Text Size > Reduce White Point, which is cumbersome to reach. This tweak integrates that setting right in the brightness slider in the Control Center, so all you have to do is to slide below a certain point where the normal brightness setting will drop to zero. From that point on the slider controls the “Reduce white point” setting, which then dims the screen even further. No more blinding yourself when using your device at night!
You can find options in the Settings App. For one, you can set the threshold which modifies at which point the slider changes from brightness to white point mode. By default this is set to 30%, so the bottom 30% control the white point setting, whereas the top 70% control the normal brightness setting. Also, you choose whether the tweak should automatically disable the Auto-Brightness Feature, normally found in Settings > Accessibility > Display & Text Size > Auto-Brightness. The Auto-Brightness feature is handy but it can be annoying when your device chooses to raise the brightness even though you want to keep it low. The tweak can automatically turn this feature off when going below the theshold to avoid this. If you do not want this, you can toggle that off however.
Supports iOS 13 & 14, Prysm and BigSurCenter!
- Add Support for Prysm
- Add Support for BigSurCenter
- Instantly apply preference changes without respring
|Updated||October 6, 2021|
|iOS Version(s)||13 or later|