Just of recent, the Apple Company alongside its IOS 11.3 secretly revealed its intention toward the new dark mode interface. With screenshots of images that were released at the early stages, one wouldn't be wrong to have concluded that the iOS 11.3 dark mode would indeed be gorgeous.
It's astonishing that Apple finally made the decision to give its users a dark mode; not only would it be easier for some on the eyes, but also the ideality for the OLED displays that have been stated to come with new iPhone series, having known that it won't consume much power compared to the present light interface.
To enable the dark mode, simply follow the steps below;
Step 1: Go to Settings, then navigate to General and then Accessibility >Display Accommodations
Step 2: Toggle Invert Colors ON.
Step 3: Night Shift is automatically disabled.
New Updates in iOS 11.3 Dark Mode
The dark mode has being designed to invert your iPhone font colors. The standard Helvetica font is being replaced with white instead of black, and as result of this, the white translucent layers disappear, setting up the black layers. The dark mode update sets your idevice to a high standard for nighttime viewing.
According to updates, the Xcode simulator seems to be the only way to access the dark mode, although screenshots from preloaded images already gave users a taste of what they should look forward to.
A lot of questions have been coming in from users, some have been asking if dark mode would make it into the final version of iOS 10; presently the company have both their hands on deck regarding the update, in the meantime, I think it's best if we still go with the new features the recent update has brought.
Hot Reviews about The New Changes in iOS 11.3 Dark Mode
Now, let's take a look at what Apple has for testers and developers, as we have a lot of massive reviews from iPhone, iPad and iPod users. With the release of 11.3, it wouldn't be wrong to learn about the contents of the update and more.
Users that signed up for the free beta program alongside developers are entitled to the update, and it's also important to understand that Apple beta software program is open to every user who has a working Apple ID. You have to be extremely careful anytime you decide to test the IOS 11.3 update, because early software sometimes cause problem on iOS devices. This is the main reason why I've put this article to serve as prep work before you move on to install the update.
You might want to install the iOS 11.3 on your idevice if you want to help the company improve the overall quality. Users in the public beta software and developers are able to relay feedback regarding the update performance through the Apple's beta process. One of the major goals or impact of the IOS 11.3 is to sort out the main issues before the update is finally unveiled across the globe.
Now, you can view any of your iDevice in any kind of lighting situation. Even though Apple is yet to include the official dark mode with iOS 10, we have our hopes raised that it will be dropped soon.