How does the dark mode on iOS 13: screenshots

If you have already downloaded iOS 13 beta 1 on your iPhone / iPod, you have already been able to evaluate one of the most anticipated changes in the firmware.

- this is the mode Dark Mode (dark mode). Recall that last year this feature came on macOS Mojave. And only now she reached the mobile platform. This article will explain how to enable the dark mode on iOS 13 on the iPhone, and also show how the system interface will look like when it is activated.

How to turn on the dark mode?

The inclusion of dark mode can be done in two ways.

The first method is through the Settings application oniPhone (or iPad) in the “Screen and Brightness” section. Here you can choose a light or dark mode or enable them depending on the time of day (from sunrise to sunset) or according to the schedule.

The second way is to make a long press on the “Brightness” indicator in the Control Point. This also turns on the dark mode.

Turning on the dark mode changes the appearance of the entire operating system, darkening everything from the wallpaper and the main screen to individual applications.

By the way, if we are talking about wallpapers, then in iOS 13 you will be offered several options for background pictures that change color from light to dark, depending on which mode you activated.

Also when activating Dark Mode you will notice thatinterface changes in all applications (Settings, Photos, Apple Music, Messages, Phone, Maps, Mail, Apple News, etc.). Some become very dark at first glance, and some even look more attractive when you turn on a dark theme.

At the moment, the dark mode supports most applications. Including the updated Reminders app, Health app, HOME, Wallet, Notes, Contacts.

Safari also has a dark theme, but it looks best when websites work in dark mode, such as the Apple website.

If we talk about the general impression of the darkmode, you will love it. Currently, iOS 13 with Dark Mode is available only to developers who need to download the update using Xcode 11 or Mac from MacOS Catalina. Apple plans to begin public testing of iOS 13 and iPadOS in July. Output firmware for all held in the fall. About other changes in iOS 13, you can find out here.