Réponse à : « Auto Brightness setting not working after full assembly display swap »The replacement screens iFixit ships are not original Apple products, and the iOS detects this (even if you swap the front camera flex with the original), and the "Auto Brightness" feature is disabled. I had this issue with an iFixit display, and so far there is no solution. Also iFixit has not recognized this problem officialy :(
Réponse à : « Quality of Aftermarket screens »After replacing the screen with the iFixit spare, the "auto-brightness" option is gone (ios 11) from accesibility: Update (11/16/2017): @minho @kaykay @kyle I admit that support was good, they finally replied and tried to be helpful. The problem I had, and still have is with the BAD QUALITY of the parts. I just finished sending my latest email to support, telling them how, for the THIRD TIME, the replacement screen they sent is again defective... To recap, the situation was the following: 1. I purchased a replacement screen for an iPhone 6s on iFixit, even though the price was higher than on other places, but expecting to get a high quality part. The screen (the first one) they sent had many issues: fuzzy image (glue problem?), low backlight, issues with auto-brightness. 2. I sent back the screen and got a SECOND replacement. This time, the image was sharp and the backlight as bright as the original apple screen, BUT it had other issues: a blue spot on middle of the screen (again, some glue issue?), the...