Here’s how you can prevent in-app purchases on an iPhone in 2020. This guide is for iPhones with the current iOS version 13 as of March 2020, but it should work with earlier versions, too.
Is flashlight on the back of your iPhone too bright? Here’s how to reduce or change the flashlight brightness level on iPhones with current iOS 13 (as of March 2020).
In order to turn automatic display brightness changing off, novice iPhone users usually go to the Display & Brightness section of iPhone’s Settings. However, the auto brightness switch isn’t there. It’s actually in the Accessibility section since iOS 11 version.
Switching between the Light and Dark modes on iPhones should be easy. You can toggle between the modes simply by opening Settings > Display & Brightness and in the Appearance section and tapping on either the default Light or on Dark. But you can encounter a problem when you try to switch back to Light mode from Dark mode, when iPhone won’t let you switch to Light mode. Selecting the Light option in the phone’s Settings (or via the Light / Dark switch in iPhone’s Control Center) doesn’t do anything in that case. And, there’s no any kind of warning to let you know what’s the problem.
iOS 13 iPhone operating system version isn’t compatible with all iPhone models. Here are the COMPATIBLE models:
iPhone’s operating system iOS does support haptic feedback. In iPhone, this technology uses slight vibrations under your finger when performing some actions on the screen to give you a feedback that that action happened. For instance, when switching a toggle button in Settings, a vibration under your finger means you have toggled the button.
Note: If you’re using iOS 13 or later, this “how to” is outdated, because in iOS 13 there’s now the real dark mode option. It’s in Settings > Display & Brightness.
White fonts on black background, also known as “dark mode”, is an accelerating trend in user interface design. An increasing number of apps has started to provide dark mode option alongside the usual “light mode” with black fonts on light backgrounds. Dark mode is believed to be easier on the eyes. It also saves battery life on devices with OLED displays, such as some of the newer iPhone models (X, XS, and XS Max).