How to Turn ON Facebook Dark Mode on iPhone and iPad

The much anticipated Dark Mode is finally being rolled out to the latest version of the Facebook iOS app. This confirmation came from app hacker Jane Manchun Wong, who tweeted out a video made in collaboration with Facebook. Want to check if you’re among the lucky few? Here’s how to turn on Facebook dark mode.

How to Enable Facebook Dark Mode for iPhone and iPad

  1. Open the Facebook app on your iPhone.
  2. Tap on the three lines menu icon at the bottom-right of the screen.
  3. Scroll down and select “Settings and Privacy.Tap on Three Lines and Then Tap on Settings and Privacy in Facebook App on iPhone
  4. See if you have a new “Dark Mode” option.
  5. To enable Dark Mode, select On.Tap on Dark Mode to Enable it in Facebook on iPhone

You can choose Off to keep Dark Mode disabled. If you select the “System” option, Facebook will follow the iOS Dark Mode schedule that you’ve set up. This is the most convenient option if you want the app to automatically match your system’s look at any time.

Choose System to Change Dark Mode Settings as Per your iPhone Settings

Facebook Dark Mode Option Not Showing on iOS Devices?

However, Facebook does not necessarily mean that the feature is available to all iOS users immediately. It indicates that Dark Mode will be rolled out to the broader user base soon. So even if you can’t access it right away, keep your fingers crossed as it’s sure to become available shortly.

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