iOS 11: how to enable dark mode interface

On Monday at a developers conference Apple announced new operating system iOS 11. Starting today, users can learn a new software platform.

According to Apple, the new version of mobile OS “sets a new standard most advanced mobile platform in the world.” Among the key innovations of iOS 11 are referred to as a new control Point with 3D Touch support, improved dock and multitasking on the iPad, the App Store redesign, new features with Live Photos the updated Camera. Among other innovations in iOS 11 appeared dark mode interface design.

Apple doesn’t specify Dark Mode major improvements to the OS, while the function itself is hidden away in the settings. To enable dark mode in iOS interface 11, go to General ā€“> Universal access ā€“> Adapt display ā€“> Invert colors and activate the switch to “Smart invert”.

Function of Smart inversion performs reversal display colors with the exception of using styles dark colors, images, videos and some programs. This mode differs from the classical invert colors in iOS 10, as application icons and images remain the same colors. Because of this, users became available a full “dark mode”: the iOS interface 11 is black and the text light.

Dark UI mode in iOS 11 working not only in standard but also in third-party applications. In some cases, due to the lack of updates, it is displayed correctly. For example, the OS inverts the colors video in YouTube.

Right now officially install iOS 11 is for developers only. To test the OS, everyone can. How to install iOS 11 without an account to developers can be found here.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! Iā€™m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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