The developer has activated the dark theme for Settings app in iOS 10

At the conference for developers WWDC 2016 showed us the dark interface mode for the Apple TV although the iPhone and iPad users would want to see the same feature in iOS 10. Apparently, Apple has provided a long-awaited feature for the mobile operating system. Another confirmation of this found independent developers.

Running the beta of iOS 10 in the emulator, Xcode, developer Andrew Vik was able to activate the dark version of the interface Dark Mode for the standard application Settings. “Night” version of iOS 10 looks like without any surprises. The white background is replaced by black, and the text, on the contrary, is bright. The navigation buttons remain blue.

The main purpose of Dark Mode is to reduce the negative impact of the bright screen of iOS devices to the human eye in evening and night time. Coupled with the function of Night Shift, the dark theme will make Apple gadgets really comfortable to use.

Last week, Vick has demonstrated a Dark Mode for iMessage. Tellingly, the display is not quite correct, based on what the developer has concluded that the new iOS 10 is at testing stage.

Observers believe the reason why Apple did not announce at WWDC 2016, is that the dark interface mode iOS 10 will be available exclusively for the iPhone 7, the announcement of which will take place in September. Each year a new flagship smartphone Apple get exclusive opportunities. Often it is not only the technical innovations but also software chips that are blocked on other devices of the company.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’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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