How to Turn On Dark Mode or Night Mode in iPhone Tutorial
Published on 01/24/2023 at 14:36
To give and take:
If your iPhone is too bright or you are constantly sick of your eyes, know that there is a special feature that can intelligently reverse the colors displayed on the screen. Here's how to activate it.
The light in your room makes you skid and you send your sweetheart, by accident, a snapshot of your personality.
If you turned on Dark Mode on your iPhone, nothing would have happened, as you can see from the above.
iPhone's dark mode: Where to Find It
The dark mode is a game like no other, but there are a few things we will cover here.
Find the Settings app on your iPhone's home screen (where all the app icons are) and click on the blue button.
Lancer is a settings app.
3. Going down the page a bit, reach the third section and click on Brightness and display. This is where you will find the dark mode options, in the first section "Appearance."
Dark Mode has been set.
On the display settings page, you have several options: Light or Dark. This choice affects many applications as well as notifications and other animations. automatic mode so that Dark Mode turns on and off on its own at specific times of the day (either from sunset to sunrise or with specific schedules).
If you don't want to have to go through the settings every time to go from Light mode to Dark mode and vice versa, then you may just create a shortcut in the control center.
For that, please click here.
1. Go to the app settings.
3. Scroll down a bit and add Dark mode to shortcuts by tapping on the small green + icon.
4. You may also alter the position of the icon in the control center by dragging the three horizontal lines for each icon (see photo).
On notched iPhones, swipe down from the top right edge of the screen, then swipe up. On iPhones with Touch ID, swipe down from the bottom of the screen.
The icon for Dark mode is visible on the right. Tap on it to switch between one mode and another.
It's as simple as that. On iPhones equipped with OLED screens, the pixels can be turned off individually to create the black color. That's how Dark mode saves battery power.
The following is a list of iPhones with an OLED screen that can prolong battery life in Dark Mode:iPhone XiPhone Xs, Xs MaxiPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 pro, 12 pro MaxiPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, 13 Pro MaxiPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max