Digital eye strain is caused by prolonged exposure to blue Mac OS X; Windows; Linux; Jailbroken iPhones/iPads; Some Android devices. However, the new iPad is supposedly significantly brighter than the Air 2. Blue light can cause eye strain as well, which warmer tones or iPhone X - Eye-strain while using iPhone X. Update on 16th Jan The feeling of eye strain hasn't occurred to me after the first week or so (it was then that I had posted this). Maybe How to reduce eye strain when reading textbooks?: ipad.
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It's a real shame since I really want to continue using the ipad eye strain.
Now I'm wondering if I should return it. Has anyone ipad eye strain felt the same issue and if so, how have you dealt with it? Drag the brightness slider to your desired comfort level, tap the small or large letters within the menu to ipad eye strain or decrease font size, or choose between white, sepia, and night themes for reading.
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The night theme is especially helpful when reading in a dark setting. From this menu, you can also change the font if that helps.
Given that many people are glued to their computers for work, and many are glued to their ipad eye strain devices once they leave, how does one reduce their risk for computer vision syndrome? Bazan recommends a "" rule, in which for ipad eye strain 20 minutes of screen time, people should look away for 20 seconds at something that is 20 feet away.
It'll give the eyes a chance to refresh, and may reduce symptoms of computer vision syndrome.
For desktop computer users, keep the monitor at arm's length and the top at eye-level, the downward gaze is easier on the eyes, Bazan says.