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04:46, 15/12/2012 .. 0 comments .. Link
 

Stepping outside while using my new iPod touch had me thinking the device was broken: I couldn't read the Light Sensor. Surely the auto-brightness was on, right? Turns out there is no auto-brightness function in the new iPod touch because there's no ambient light sensor. 


I've continued to happily use the device; until this weekend, that is. I actually thought my iPod touch was broken, in fact. Turns out that the device is just fine and functioning as it should. The problem is that I expected certain features from the old iPod touch to still be in this new model and there's one - a key one, in my opinion - that's actually a downgrade from the fourth-gen iPod touch. There's no ambient light sensor in Apple's new iPod touch.


I found this out the hard way. Typically, I keep my device brightness at?low levels while indoors but still use auto-brightness, mainly to save on battery life. So when I went for the mail this past Saturday while reading an article on the new iPod, the screen quickly became unreadable when I stepped outside. I figured I either didn't have the auto-brightness setting on or it wasn't working - actually, that was my first thought: The sensor was broken. Unfortunately, since I couldn't read the screen, it was impossible to even find the Light Sensor Wholesale.


After getting the mail and coming back inside, I went into the Settings and noticed this: No auto-brightness setting, just a manual slider.


I'm disappointed in Apple's decision to omit this sensor in the new iPod touch, to say the least. The company may have saved some space and a little bit of money by leaving the ambient light sensor out, but this can degrade the experience. Perhaps I'm just too picky and whining about nothing here, so I'd love to hear your thoughts: How important is that sensor and the automatic brightness for the way you use your mobile devices?


This is what scares me about Apple post Jobs. What happened to the mantra that Apple
 first of all to create products that delight the user? How does a titanic battle with Samsung and Google help delight us? Or a new maps feature? Or a missing ambient light sensor?



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