With iOS 13, Apple finally offers a native function for a dark display.
September 19 marked the official and global deployment of the new major update for iOS. Like every time, the update was eagerly awaited, largely for its dark mode that users have long asked for Apple.
This new mode allows both to preserve his eyes in a dark environment and save the battery of his phone.
And as you would expect from Apple, activating this new display mode is very simple. There are also two versions, one is manual, the other is automatic and active depending on the time of day.
The first solution to activate the dark mode is to go to your phone's Settings, then to Brightness and display. Then just activate the dark option and you're ready to go.
To activate the automatic dark display, select the Automatic option under the light and dark themes. From the new page that has opened, you can define the automatic activation mode you prefer; from sunset to sunrise or Personalized program. In this case, you will need to select the hours during which the mode will be activated.
Another possible option: from the Control Center. Indeed, you can activate the dark mode of your iPhone from the Control Center. Once you have it open, select the brightness setting and press the Dark Mode.
You can also create a dedicated shortcut on the Control Center. To do this, go to the Settings of your iPhone or iPod Touch and select Control Center. Then, press Personalize the commands, Other commands and finally on the small + ct of Dark Mode to add your Center of control.