One of the best features in iOS 13 is the ability to activate a dark theme throughout the system on your iPhone or iPad. And when iOS 13 starting to launch on compatible devices this month, it's one of the first things you want to try. Here's how to turn it on, set up a simple switch for that in the Control Center, and even set a time for when to turn it on.
Enable dark mode in iOS 13
To get started, open the Control Center on your iPhone or iPad. Then press and hold the Brightness slider.
Then Touchez the Dark Mode button to turn it on or off on your device.
To make it easier, you may want to add a switch to the Control Center so you can easily enable or disable the mode. To add a switch, open it Settings> Control Center> Control Customization. Then, in the "More control" section, Touchez the green plus icon (+) to the Dark Mode control to add it.
Now when you open the Control Center, a simple Dark Mode button will appear to easily enable or disable it.
Set the dark mode schedule
In addition to manually turning it on or off, you can configure it as programmed. You can have Apple Automatically organize schedules or adjust to yours. Addressed to Settings> Display and brightness. In the "Appearance" section, turn on the Automatic switch. This will be configured in Dark mode from "Dark to Dawn" and Light mode and vice versa.
To create a custom schedule, Touchez Options and select Custom schedule. Then use the button to set the time you want the Dark and Bright display to turn on and off during the day.
Remember that the new dark mode will only work for apps that support features for iOS 13 and higher.If you are running an older version of iOS or want dark mode in an app that does not yet support it, see our article on how to enable Smart Invert as a solution .
Dark mode is a popular thing for applications and operating systems on all platforms. In addition to iOS 13, you can activate the dark theme Windows 10 and Android 10 now support system-wide dark mode. The most popular apps have dark themes that you can also activate. For example, most Google apps have it and Slack just added a dark theme to their desktop app. When done correctly, the dark mode can be seen better in its aesthetic appearance. Also save battery because the pixels on your screen are not taxable.