Swipe down from the top-right corner of your iPad's screen to open Control Center. Tap the brightness slider to adjust the brightness.
Open the Settings app and tap on "Display & Brightness". Drag the brightness slider to adjust the brightness.
In the Display & Brightness settings, toggle on "Auto-Brightness". This will allow your iPad to automatically adjust the brightness based on the ambient light.
Dark Mode is a setting that inverts the colors of your iPad's interface. This can help to reduce eye strain in low-light environments.
Night Shift is a setting that warms the colors of your iPad's display at night.
A screen protector can help to reduce glare and reflections on your iPad's screen, which can make it easier to see in bright light.
If you're in a bright environment, try to reduce the amount of ambient light. This could mean closing curtains or blinds, or moving to a different location.
If you're having trouble seeing the text on your iPad's screen, you can increase the font size. To do this, go to Settings > Display & Brightness > Text Size and drag the slider to the right.
If you have trouble seeing the text on your iPad's screen, you may want to consider using a larger iPad.
If you're finding it difficult to see the text on your iPad's screen, take a break from using it