by Dom Esposito
September 5, 2013
Do you keep your iOS device’s screen brightness low? If so, you may notice that there’s an obvious problem when taking photos. In my case, when my brightness is low, it’s extremely difficult to see exactly what picture I’m about to take. Adjusting the brightness before using the camera can make a difference in the quality of photos you take. Sometimes, it’s rather hard to tell if the shot is overexposed or if your subject is in focus. Luckily, we now have a simple Cydia tweak that can fix this issue. CamBright is a new tweak that will automatically boost your device’s brightness to 100 percent when you launch the Camera app. This may seem like a small improvement to iOS, but I can’t remember how many times I’ve ran into the issue that this tweak addresses. Unfortunately, CamBright won’t solve this problem within social apps like Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook, but if you mainly use the Camera app, you’ll definitely want to check out this tweak. If you’re interested, CamBright is available to download via Cydia’s BigBoss repository for free. There are no options to configure for CamBright. Launch the Camera app and everything is ready to go. For other Cydia tweaks, check out: Customize The Color Of Lock Screen Bulletins With ColorfulBulletins, VideoPane Offers Picture-In-Picture Video For iOS, and MessageRenamer Allows You To Change The Name Of Any Conversation.