Apple explained why iPod Touch fifth generation doesn’t have light sensor

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If you have iPod Touch, you probably wondering why it doesn’t have automatically brightness or ambient light. One customer contacted Apple and asked why it doesn’t have that. Apple replied him back and explaining to him that only reason why it doesn’t have them because iPod Touch is too thin and impossible to make it. Previous fourth-generation iPod Touch has 7.2 mm thickness different than 6.1 mm thick. We are sure that next software update for iPod Touch fifth generation probably will add another way to help with light control situation. Sometimes when one company wants to make extra more thinner device, it will be more tough to put all technology inside at once.

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