How to Enable Dark Mode In iOS 13

How To Enable DarkSwitch In iOS 13 Guide

One of my favorite features in iOS 13 is native Dark Mode support. Not only is this something I've wanted to do for many years, but it plays so well with the OLED display that is both enhanced aesthetics and longer battery life, both standard in Apple's flagship handset.

One way that I think dark mode can be improved, however, is with some type of device that automatically switches between dark and light modes depending on the display brightness, as it is in some situations the interface. Will improve visibility. Luckily, that's exactly what iOS developer udevs offers to users, a free jailbreak tweak called DarkSwitch.

After installing DarkSwitch, your handset will automatically switch between dark and light modes depending on the display brightness of your handset. We can configure whether high brightness toggles dark mode or vice versa, depending on our personal preference (and the same for lower brightness).

You'll see that the progress among dull and light modes is practically prompt in the wake of altering the brightness level, and it's buttery smooth conduct that causes us to acknowledge how finely made it is.

It should be noted that DarkSwitch adds a preference pane to the Settings app where users can configure several settings to their liking:

You can do this here:

  • Enable or disable DarkSwitch on demand
  • Reverse the normal behavior (causes light mode at high brightness unlike other modes around)
  • Configure the display brightness threshold at which the device switches between dark and light modes
In my personal opinion, the best way to take advantage of DarkSwitch is to have Dark Mode enabled at high brightness and Light Mode enabled at low brightness. It's hard to imagine any situation where you can do the opposite, although we configured the tweak that way for the animated GIF display above.

Those wishing to try DarkSwitch can download the tweak for free from the beta repository of udvs via their favorite package manager. Twin Jailbroken supports iOS 13 devices only, as it relies on the native dark mode functionality of iOS 13.

If you are not already using udvs beta repository, you can add it to your package manager with the following URL:

Are you planning to give DarkSwitch a try, or are you happy to toggle between dark and light modes? 

Shoot your thoughts in the comments below.

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