After several years of waiting, iOS 13 finally offers the option to turn on dark mode on your iPhone and iPad. Doing so can help to reduce the eye-strain caused by your phone screen, especially in low-light environments, this feature improves the visual ergonomics of your device and can even boost the battery life. Let’s check it out.
- Turn ON Dark Mode from iPhone or iPad’s Control Center
- Enable Dark Mode from the Settings App
- Customize Dark Mode on iPhone or iPad
Turn ON Dark Mode from iPhone or iPad’s Control Center
There are multiple ways you can turn on this new add-on. However, the easiest way to get it done through Control Center.
Step #1. On iPhone 8 Plus or earlier, swipe up from the bottom. On iPhone X and later and on iPad swipe down from the top right corner to access Control Center.
Step #2. Now, you need to tap and hold the display brightness control option.
Step #3. Now, you should see a new option called “Appearance Light.” Tap on it, and the magic will take over your entire device in the blink of an eye.
It will darken the whole user-interface, and even showcase its appealing impact in all the apps (provided they comply with it.)
Enable Dark Mode from the Settings App
Step #1. Open Settings app → Tap on Display & Brightness.
Step #2. Now, select Dark to put this feature into action.
Customize Dark Mode on iPhone or iPad
One thing worth noting is that you can also set this feature to get activated automatically based on the preferred time of the day. To do so, first off choose Dark and then toggle the switch that’s right next to Automatic. After that, tap on Options.
Then, depending on how you want to use Dark Mode, you can choose Sunset to Sunrise or go with a Custom Schedule as per your convenience. So, take full advantage of it to bolster your viewing.
Now, you probably already know how to disable it. Simply bring up Control Center → Touch and hold the brightness control button → Then tap on “Appearance Dark” and you are ready to go.
That’s pretty much it!
Video: How to Turn ON Dark Mode in iOS 13 on iPhone and iPad
Use Dark Mode on iPad Running iPadOS 13
Now that, you’ve put your hands on this useful feature, toss up your feedback and whether or not it looks right on the money for your specific taste.
You may want to snap a quick glance at these articles as well:
- How to Turn ON Facebook Dark Mode on Desktop
- iOS 13 Supported Devices
- Tips to Prepare the iPhone and iPad for iOS 13
What are the features that have caught your eyes in the latest iOS version and why? Share your thoughts in the comment box.