Dark theme on iPhone and iPad: how to enable and configure automatic scheduled switching


It’s no secret that the emerging dark theme of the interface with the release of iOS 13 was designed by Apple developers long before the release. It’s not hard to understand the reasons for this delay – Apple has done a great job. It was easy to just recolor the interface elements black. But the designers adapted the entire iOS design to the requirements of the new color scheme. The result is spectacular.

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How to Switch Dark Theme on iPhone or iPad: 3 Ways

There are several ways to activate the night theme in iOS.

Method 1

The fastest way is to use “Control Center”, in which press forcefully on the screen brightness level indicator and in the window that appears, click on the theme switch icon.

How to enable dark theme in IOS on iPhone and iPad

Method 2

You can switch between dark and light theme through the app “Settings”… Go to section “Screen and brightness” and choose the appropriate design.

How to enable dark theme on iPhone

Method 3

In addition, the installation of a dark theme is possible at the stage of initial setup of a new (or after restoring factory settings) iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

How to enable dark theme in IOS on iPhone and iPad

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Setting up a dark theme in iOS to automatically switch based on the time of day

You can not only activate the night theme, but also configure its automatic activation based on the principle of the Night Shift mode. The user can set the time interval of activity in the theme settings and work with it at night. This will help reduce eye strain and reduce the effects of blue on the retina. The bright glow interferes with the production of melatonin, which is responsible for sleep.

Setting up a dark theme is done along the way Settings → “Display and brightness”

How to enable dark theme in IOS on iPhone and iPad

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