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iPhone users, Apple has a good news for your eyes
The Cupertino based tech giant Apple has received a new patent that will help protect iPhone users eyes. The patent seeks to save users' eyes from 'Luminescence Shock'. This can be caused when a device is turned on in the dark and the display is too bright for the surroundings. After few second, the display is said to find more appropriate settings and tones down brightness levels as per the environment around. However, in those few seconds only the damage is done by the super-bright display. It can lead to temporary vision impairment.
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