On iOS 13 and later, Apple introduced a feature that allows its users to select the Dark Mode. The system uses a darker color palette for all screens, views, menus, and controls in Dark Mode. It uses more vibrancy to highlight the foreground content against darker backgrounds. But, it is not 100% dark because some white points are visible. This article shows you how to enable Darker mode on iPhone.
Here, this is a neat trick that allows you to achieve a darker mode on your iPhone. Now, this seems to be a viral question among iPhone users. So, many users always ask how to make their settings app look like DARKER, where they can barely see the gray color for the divisions for the options in settings that divide different categories.
After you enable the darker mode, you can also see messages that look darker. It seems a lot darker, and the widgets, the entire OS look darker.
How to enable DARKER Mode on iPhone
Here are the steps and how simple it is to achieve a darker mode if you will on your iPhone.
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone
- Tap on Accessibility
- Select Display & Text Size (you find all your visual options here)
- Scroll all the to the bottom and Enable Reduce White Point
- Set the White Point to 90% via the slider (you can set that to whatever you wish)
Once configured, you will see all the gray backgrounds and separators turn darker. It looks a lot nicer and a lot darker in the background. You can barely see the gray shadows behind the text and settings and throughout the entire iOS.
However, this way, you need to put the brightness level slightly higher on your iPhone to see things slightly better with this reduced white point. But it also helps with your eyes, and they don’t strain as much because there’s not that much white going on the screen.
That is how you achieve a darker mode for widgets, apps, and throughout the entire OS on your iPhone. I hope you would like this guide, and be sure to share your thoughts in the comment section below.