Wow...ok.What are "auto turn brakes"? Do you even understand what you're ranting about?
So I came up with my own term based on an old school term. Do you actually know what these are or your just basing an opinion on propaganda.
A long time ago people were playing in the sand. Smooth front tires didn't turn well. Add in a dual hydraulic piston and tie it into both sides of the rear brakes. Now if you want to turn sharp you either pull or push a lever locking one side or other of the rear wheels. They called these turn brakes. Later in rock racing, Rally and pro drift they did the same and called them turning brakes.
Modern vehicles can be equipped with something magical called traction control and or ABS brakes. How this works is (very basically), each wheel has a sensor that pulses as the wheel turns. The computer does everything in its power to keep the pulses the same. It does this by, applying brakes, removing throttle, shifting the trans, shifting torque through the transferase, moving power front to back and can move power side to side using clutch's in a diff (torque vectoring).
This system will vary depending on sensors and software. The first manufacture that I know of that used this as an on road/off road feature was Volkswagen with the Touareg and Subaru in rally. Toyota uses a version of this in Crawl Control.
Now that you know how these systems work back to "Auto Turn Brakes" . On the Ford Bronco if your in high or low 4wd with the rear locker engages, push the button. The computer will sense how far the steering is being turned (steering wheel sensor), look at the wheel sensors, unlock the rear axle and lock one side rear brake. Unlocking when it sees the wheel turned back. Now you have "Automatic Turn Brakes" I don't care what you call it, that's what it is.
OH yea, if you ever read one of my posts, I find its fun to rant some, just like yourself, and no I don't mind being called out on something. OH and yes I actually do know what I'm talking about when it comes to most things in this category.