How to enable hidden dark mode on iPhone with iOS 11

There is still no official dark regime we have been dreaming of for the last couple of years. But on iOS 11 there is a new

Universal access function, which is as close as possible to the fulfillment of our desire. The new Smart Invert function inverts the colors of the interface: background, buttons and text. But she does not touch images, icons and everything else.

Thanks to this improvement, you can now use this function as a dark mode. It works great in standard applications like Phone, Messages, App Store, Settings, etc.



It is best to use this feature if necessary. For example, late at night, you can turn it on using a short way, and turn it off just as quickly in the morning.



how turn on function Smart invert

Step 1: Open Settings and go to Main -> Universal access.

Step 2: Click here Display adaptation.

Step 3: Select Color inversion.

Step 4: On the next screen, turn on Smart Invert.

The background is black and the text is white.

How to add a shortcut to Smart Invert

Since this is a universal access function, we can quickly access it by triple pressing the home button or through a new customizable control center.

You will need to add a shortcut first.

Step 1: IN Settings select Main -> Universal access.

Step 2: Scroll down to Keyboard shortcut.

Step 3: On the next screen, select Smart Invert Colors.

Now, when you press the Home button three times, the Smart Invert function will immediately turn on.

how this function looks like?

Here are a few images that show Smart Invert in all its glory.