The iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 public beta is now available. This update is featured with some great functions that many Apple users have been waiting. It includes the dark mode feature. Yes in iOS 13 & iPadOS 13 you officially get dark mode feature. Here’s the guide on how to enable dark mode in iOS 13 & iPadOS 13.
iPhones and iPads will now have a separate OS which will be identical in features but will be released with different names. It’s iOS for iPhones and iPadOS for iPads. According to public beta, iOS and iPadOS both have this dark mode feature. It is a great move by Apple because many Android phones already have this feature and other smartphones will get it soon. So how Apple can be behind in the race, they know that users like Dark Mode and so they officially added it in iOS 13 & iPadOS 13.
It’s a system-wide dark mode in iOS 13 which means it works on most of the Apps. Dark mode feature is really impressive, it saves battery live, good for eyes and most importantly it looks amazing. So if you are one of those users who is waiting for dark mode then check it out how you can turn on dark mode on iOS 13.
How to Enable Dark Mode in iOS 13 & iPadOS 13
The dark mode feature is official and so the process to enable it is very easy. Just follow the below steps and you can experience dark mode on iPhone and iPad.
- Make sure the iPhone is running on iOS 13 and iPad on iPadOS 13.
- Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
- Now go to Display & Brightness settings.
- Then change the appearance from light to Dark. This will enable dark mode on your phone.
- You can also choose Automatic which will change the mode according to day and night.
So these are the few simple steps which you have to follow to enable dark mode in iOS 13. The process is similar for both iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. You can also toggle between day and night mode from the quick settings. Pull down quick settings and long press on the brightness slider and toggle the first button.
The dark mode works on Settings, iTunes, iMessage, Dialer, Safari, Calendar and more. But it doesn’t work on Weather app (excluding third party apps). Also, Apple has added four stock wallpapers in iOS 13 to support Dark Mode. These wallpapers are like dynamic wallpapers which automatically adjust according to phases of the day.
The stable version of iOS 13 & iPadOS 13 will be out on the next Apple event. So from that time users can update iPhones and iPads and experience dark mode. However, if you want dark mode right now, then you can install the iOS 13 public & developers beta on the supported devices. The installation is easy just use the iTunes. So this is it in the iOS 13 dark mode guide.