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iPhone X has got the best OLED display that provides immersive media viewing experience. Ever since I put my hands-on Apple's flagship smartphone, I just can't help admiring the “Super Retina Display.” To enhance my movie watching experience at night, I enable “Dark Mode” on iPhone X.

Smart Invert aka dark reverses the colors of the display except for images, media, and some apps, which use dark color styles. The best thing about this feature is that it prevents eye straining. As a result, you will enjoy watching media for long.

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How to Enable Dark Mode on iPhone X

How to Use Dark Mode on iPhone X

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your device → Now, tap on General.

Tap on Settings then General on iPhone X

Step #2. Next, you need to tap into Accessibility.

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Tap on Accessibility on iPhone X

Step #3. Tap on Display Accommodations.

Tap on Display Accommodations in iPhone X Settings

Step #4. Next up, you have to tap on Invert Colours.

Tap on Invert Colours in iPhone X Settings

Step #5. Finally, turn on the switch that's right next to Smart Invert.

Use Dark Mode on iPhone X

Voila! Check out the display of your iPhone. Doesn't it look it really cool? Now, go ahead and enjoy movies, videos or browse the web with complete peace of mind.

How to Enable Classic Invert on iPhone X

When classic invert is turned on, it reverses the colors of the display including images and media; thereby making it more convenient to view the screen.

Open Settings → General → Accessibility → Display Accommodations → Invert Colors.

Tap on Invert Colors in iPhone X Settings

Now, turn ON Classic Invert.

Enable Dark Mode on iPhone X

That's it! You have turned on the vintage grayscale mode on your device.

Wrap up:

So, that's how you can take the full advantage of invert colors on your new iPhone. Make the best use of this Accessibility feature to bolster your viewing experience. Have any feedback? Let us know that in the comments below.

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