Here is how to Enable Dark Mode in iOS 11 – Discover the hidden trick
Before the release of previous iOS 10.3, there were a lot of rumors. All the rumors were saying that iOS 10.3 is coming with a Dark Mode feature. Including me and you, every iOS user was so excited to get this feature. But, Apple just makes every person disappointment. Because there is no dark mode in iOS 10.3 or iOS 10.3.3 beta version. Now the situation is that Apple has released iOS 11 beta with some cool features including the Dark Mode we all have been expecting for a long time. So, here we are going to discuss how to enable dark mode in iOS 11 easily.
NOTE: We have tested this Dark Mode feature on iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 installed iOS 11 beta 1. If you are on iOS 11 beta 1 this feature will work for you too.
Discover – How to Enable Dark Mode in iOS 11 Easily
Step 1- At very First, Go to Settings > General > Accessibility on your device.
Step 2- Now you have to tap on Display Accommodations and then select Invert Colors on your device.
Step 3- Enable Smart Invert on your device and you will feel the Dark Mode Experience on your device.
This Smart Invert feature is different from the original one. There is a fault in this Smart Invert includes application, icon, and pictures which make it look like negative color mode.
We hope the developers of third-party application will support this feature with a new Update.
How to Switch Between Smart Invert and Normal Mode Quickly
I have already said that, there is a fault in the dark mode. It will not work properly in all the applications. So you have a need to switch between dark mode and usual mode quickly. You can do this without wasting time in Settings. You can do this by using Triple Click Button feature which is old.
- Head to Settings > General > Accessibility and look for Accessibility shortcut feature. Select Smart Invert for Triple Press HomeButton and that’s it.
That’s all for today. We glad to help you. Please share your experience about iOS 11 Dark Mode in the comments below.
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