How to Enable Dark Mode on iPad (Night Mode)

Apple unveiled System-Wide Dark mode in iPadOS on iPad. Now Use Dark mode at night, which decreases the Eyestrain overnight, while we use Apple Apps and Settings. Some other third-party app has individual settings to enable dark mode for the app only. Follow the below steps to use Dark mode that Customization settings for Quickly Enable Dark mode. After turn on, automatically set the Schedule for Dark mode screen from Sunset to sunrise. Let’s check how to Turn on Dark mode on iPad and Turn it off if we don’t want. The steps are the same for other compatible iPad.

Now, iPhone users can put iPhones into different screen modes like Nightshift mode (Low blue light), Color Filter or Smart Invert mode. Also, other great Accessibility features make your iPhone user-friendly to use in Different Environments or conditions. That’s we can easily enable or Disable anytime. From here, learn how to Disable/ Enable Dark mode on iPhone.

3 Steps for Disable/Enable Dark Mode on iPad

First, Add a Dark mode Shortcut to the control center,

  • Go to the Settings app on iPad > Control Center > Find Dark mode shortcut; tap on “+” to Add in the control center.

Now,

  • Open the control center from the top corner and Tap on the Dark mode toggle to activate it.
Dark Mode on iPad

How to schedule dark mode on my iPad?

  1. Settings app on iPhone > Display & Brightness > Select Automatic toggle on > Under the Options “Sunset to Sunrise” or “Custom Schedule”.
  2. That’s it

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2 thoughts on “How to Enable Dark Mode on iPad (Night Mode)”

    • Daro mode [Black and White screen we can manage from above settings only], Earlier People are using Smart invert/Classic Invert that behaves like Dark mode: Settings app > Accessibility > Display & Text Size > Turn off (Classic Invert and Smart Invert).
      Hope this helps.

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