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A Small Change That Could Make Our Phones So Much Better

I regularly try out new smartphones. Without fail, one of the first settings I switch off is auto-brightness. One of the last times I was driven to it, I was sitting on an airplane trying to read on my phone. Its screen oscillated between blinding my retinas and dimming to unreadably dark with seemingly no rhyme or reason. Maybe it was the turbulence. I dove into the settings, turned off auto-brightness, and adjusted manually from that point on.
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