How to enable grayscale mode in iOS 8: iPhone 6 and 6 plus

iOS 8 has Apple’s new iOS. After iOS 7, massive change in new iOS, cause stuff features involved in them. If we talk about the Settings App, then many little Accessibility features are added by Apple. Among all of them, the grayscale mode is a new Accessibility feature. It’s also called “Dark mode.” If you want to customize screen colors on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch which is running on iOS 8 such as iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus and many other. So you’ll get it by enabling grayscale mode in iOS 8 for dark screen colors. Don’t worry if you’ve no idea about how to turn on the grayscale mode in iOS. Follow our beneath given guide and get dark screen colors easily. We hope. The grayscale mode will become extraordinary and easy to use option for iOS 8 users to better visibility.

Useful: Like to know for iOS 11 users, the Grayscale mode not available now. But in iOS 11 or later version come with a new Display Accommodations feature called Smart invert and Classic Invert. You can get here deep knowledge how to Enable Dark Mode in iOS 11.

Steps on how to Disable or Enable grayscale mode in iOS 8: Dark Screen Mode

Step:  1 Tap on Settings app of your iPhone’s home screen

Move setting app and enable grayscale mode in iOS 8
Tap on Setting app in iPhone

Step:  2 Select General Option

You can find accessibility option under the general.
Tap general option under setting

Step: 3 Now Tap on Accessibility Option

Grayscale under Accessibility option in your iPhone
turn on/ Enable Grayscale mode.

Step: 4  Last, Turn ON Grayscale Mode under the Vision section

That’s it. After Turn ON Grayscale mode, you can easily get out from the dark mode and go back in regular or light mode situation by doing disable Grayscale Mode. You can do it disable through toggle off option.

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