How to enable Dark Mode in iOS11 on iPhones and iPads

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Apple added new features for each and every discovery. We know for sure that the iPhone 8 is going to use OLED so dark mode will make a lot of sense but it’s not there yet in iOS11 but we think it will be ready by iPhone 8 release and will be named Dark Mode .

Smart Invert Close to Dark Mode on iOS 11 :

In iOS 11 Beta comes with the Smart Invert function which will enable dark mode. Dark Mode dims the overall screen and changes few colors to make it less abrasive on your eyesight. Dark Mode is well suitable for the late night browsing.

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Smart Invert will help you to save your eyes from the Phone. If you need to use the phone browsing for the late night that time use Night Shift mode that makes colors warmer and removes the pesky blue light.Here you can see how to enable the dark mode in iOS 11 on your iPhone and iPad

Steps to Enable Dark Mode in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad


Step 1: Go to Settings app on your iOS device.

Step 2: Now click on General > Accessibility > Display Accommodations > Invert Colors.

Step 3: Invert color tab have two options.

Smart Invert: It will reverse the colors of the display except for media, images. It also works with the apps that support dark color styles.
Classic Invert: It allows you to simply reverse colors of the display.

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Step 4: You have to toggle the switch next to Smart Invert.

Step 5: You have successfully enabled dark mode on your iOS device.

Hope you liked the tutorial. Let us know in the comments what you think about this feature

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Gowtham V, the founder of is an experienced tech writer and a cybersecurity enthusiast with a passion for exploring the latest technological advancements. He has 10 years of experience in writing comprehensive how to guides, tutorials, and reviews on software, hardware, and internet services. With an interest in computer security, he strives to educate users by writing content on how to use technology, and how to also protect their smart devices and personal data from cyber threats. He currently uses a Windows computer, and a Macbook Pro, and tests hundreds of Android phones for writing his reviews and guides.
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