2 Methods – How to Enable Dark Mode on iPhone X in iOS 13.2.2 and iOS 12 Or Earlier

Enable Dark Mode iOS 13 iPhone and iPad

Do you want to Save Battery life on your iPhone X? iOS 13 Or later iOS Version Gets Official Dark mode options that we can enable from settings app or from the control center. You should use the dark mode that is a built-in Accessibility feature. Great functionality for OLED display iPhone X (10). Today, here you can see my trick to enable dark mode on iPhone X listed below systematically. This Dark mode is also available on Latest iPhone models.

For better video watching experience- user prefers dark mode view on an iOS device. Let’s see how to activate the hidden dark mode. Get here how to Enable Dark mode in iOS 13.

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Guide on How to Use Dark Mode on iPhone X

To enable dark mode on iPhone X is the same method for both models 64GB and 256 GB iPhone X because Smart invert (Dark Mode) feature is software related not link with hardware. Let’s see how your iPhone X OLED display is looking in Dark Mode.

iOS 13 System Wide Dark Mode on iPhone X

We can use Dark mode on Three Ways,

  1. Turn on Dark Mode for all Time
  2. Turn on Dark Mode Automatically From Sunset to Sunrise
  3. Turn on Dark Mode Automatically In your Custom Time

Way 1: Turn on Dark Mode for all Time

Go to the Settings app on iPhone > Scroll To Display & Brightness > First Section is Appearance and Select Dark mode only. Leave all the options as it is. Now your iPhone shows Dark screen always on supported Apple App: Messages App, Contacts App, Mail, Reminder, Safari, Stocks, Notes and More.

Quickly Enable Dark mode all time
Quickly Enable Dark mode all time

Way 2: Turn on Dark Mode Automatically From Sunset to Sunrise

Go to the Settings > Display & Brightness > Only Toggle on Automatically. and Keep Selected Sunset to Sunrise.

Turn on Dark mode for Custom time interval
Turn on Dark mode for Custom time interval

 Way 3: Turn on Dark Mode Automatically In your Custom Time

Go to the Settings > Display & Brightness > Toggle Automatically > Under the options > Select Custom Schedule > And Set Light Appearance and Dark Appearance time schedule.

2nd Way to Turn on/Turn off Using Control Center as a Shortcut

Now Anytime we can turn on or turn on Dark Mode from the control center, Swipe your finger from the top-right screen to show control center on the lock screen or Home screen iPhone/iPad. Now Touch and Hold on Brightness Bar, First Option is Dark mode.

turn on Dark Mode from COntrol center
turn on Dark Mode from COntrol center

Swipe down finger from the top right corner of the screen, Tap and Hold on Brightness Bar, Until you see in Full Screen, Not left bottom corner you will the options for Manage Dark mode to turn off or turn on.

That’s it.

If Dark Mode is not Working and Turning off Automatically or Manually, Check Walkthrough Video Tutorial

For iOS 12 or Earlier: Steps to Enable Dark Mode on iPhone X

  • Step #1- launch the Settings App on your iPhone X.
  • Step #2- Tap General – Now you should tap on Accessibility.
  • Step #3- Tap Display Accommodations.
  • Step #4- Now, Tap on Invert Colours.
  • Note: if you are enabling Invert Colours, Your Phone will automatically disable Night Sift mode and True Tone functions.
  • Step #5- In the end turn trigger ON next to Smart Invert.

That’s cool. I hope that your iPhone X displays exceptionally great retina display in dark mode. Enjoy Entertainment like watching live streaming, Sports and much more in Dark mode view.

By the way, the above approach is more protracted than Accessibility Shortcut iPhone X to enable dark mode on your iPhone X. Luckily you can use the following shortcut method to activate dark mode on iPhone X.

For a shortcut, way you must have enabled Accessibility Shortcut.

Now three-time click side button of your iPhone X, you see a pop-up screen with Smart Invert option. Tap on Smart invert, so your device appears dark mode appearance.

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