The Dark Mode is a simple way to save your iPhone’s battery (Effective Method). From iPhone X, Apple has started producing the OLED displays. OLED display panels help to save more battery with the dark background or the dark mode. The dark mode for iPhone is not officially available, but it will come with the iOS 13. While you can enable the smart invert color option on your iPhone. Here’s How to Enable Dark Mode on iPhone in iOS 12.
Google also shares the stats, in which they show the difference how the LCD panel of iPhone 7 & OLED panel of Pixel consumes the power in dark mode.
AppleInsider also shares the interesting study, which simply shows that the difference of power consumption on iPhone X using dark mode.
Before diving into the process, Make sure to check: Definitive Guide on Dark Mode
How to Enable Smart Invert Color on iPhone (Dark Mode)
Note: In terms of power saving, the smart invert (dark mode) is useful & work for the iPhones which have OLED panel. The OLED panel comes with iPhone X, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max.
- At first, Go to your iPhone’s Settings.
- Head Over to General Settings.
- Tap Accessibility.
- Tap Display Accommodations.
- Now, head over to Invert Colors and Enable Smart Invert.
If you’re using iPhone X (XS), you can save the battery by enabling this feature. The smart invert feature won’t convert the images, videos, or media content. While, apps like settings, calendar, clock, mail, or some other system apps works are a proper dark mode.
Pro Tip: In the background, you can use dark wallpaper to save more power. Here are some best wallpapers for iPhone XS, XS Max.
Now the colors on your iPhone or iPad are inverted. While the proper system-wide dark mode will come with iOS 13. Smart Invert feature improves the battery performance, visual accessibility, and the performance.
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