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iOS guide: how to set the brightness of your iPhone/iPad below the minimum level easily

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iOS guide: how to set the brightness of your iPhone/iPad below the minimum level easily
If you have ever browsed the web or read something on your iPhone or iPad in bed, you've probably squinted your eyes, even at the lowest possible brightness level. 

Indeed, the lower the better, and while Apple's newest devices have a pretty minimum display brightness output (7 nits for the iPhone 6, 4 nits for the iPhone 6 Plus and the iPad Air 2), your eyes will certainly cherish lower levels of light. 

Although it's universally regarded numerous times less feature-rich than Android, iOS still has a pleasant host of surprises hidden deep in its menus; one of the hidden gems allows you to apply a software low-light filter to the display and decrease the brightness output further. A pretty nifty feature that is totally not in your face, but is still discoverable if you're into tinkering with your OS. 

Fret not, we'll show you the ropes on how to make use of this feature; we'll also show you a a combination of settings that will allow you to easily adjust the brightness of your display by triple-tapping the home button. Ready? Let's kick things off!

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