A universal, dark topic has long been one of the most requested features Apple has asked us to introduce for iOS. While this request was not met with iOS 12, there is hope that it will finally arrive with the arrival of iOS 13. However, this feature has been around for some time in the jailbreak community, and you can do this if you're using the correct iOS version.
Dark mode adjustments like the old Eclipse series of Guillermo Moran apps have been around at least since iOS 7. And thanks to constant updates, Eclipse supports iOS 1
Right now, using a tweak like Eclipse 12 is the best option that you can get a battery-saving, dark design on your iPhone. Because OLED displays consume less energy by turning off pixels that appear black or use less grayscale RGB spectrum, it's easy to see how this can save energy. However, this tweak could also save some energy on LCD models like the iPhone X R or iPhone 8.
Step 1: Add the Packix Repo
natively located in Cydia or Sileo, so you need to connect the external repository. Add repo.packix.com to your list of "sources" in both apps. If you need further help, we have more detailed instructions for adding repos:
When you install the repo in Cydia, it does not automatically appear in Sileo and vice versa. Both must be added manually if you are both regular.
Step 2: Purchase Eclipse 12
Now locate and select Eclipse 12 in Cydia or Sileo, depending on what you added it to. In the details of Eclipse 12, tap the blue "Buy" button and follow the instructions in the in-app browser to pay with PayPal. To learn more about buying tweaks within Cydia or Sileo, we have more detailed instructions:
After successfully paying Eclipse 12, you will automatically be redirected to the Packix website to complete another step.  Step 3: Register and Connect Your iPhone
You must confirm your recent purchase and connect your iPhone to Cydia or Sileo to install Eclipse 12. On the Packix website, select the green Link via Profiles button and tap Allow in the confirmation prompt to begin installing a 19459023 configuration profile.
forwarded to the settings app. Tap Install on the top right, and then on the following page again to confirm. You will then be taken to the Packix website one last time to see if the status of your device is related to the Tweak you just purchased.
Step 4: Install Eclipse 12
When Eclipse 12 has been paid and verified, you're done. Now you can go back to the details page of the Tweak in Cydia or Sileo and proceed with the installation. Click "Modify" (Cydia) or "Retrieve" (Sileo) and either tap "Install" on the menu that appears in Cydia, or click "Confirm" after selecting the "Queue" card in Sileo have displayed. Wait for the tweak to install for a minute or two, then click Restart SpringBoard to complete the process.
Once your iPhone has found an improvement, you will notice that Eclipse 12 is not turned on by default. To turn on the Tweak, tap "Eclipse Dark Mode" in the Settings app, and then enable the toggle next to "Enable Enclipse." Select "Applications" there and select the apps you want to use with a dark theme by activating the appropriate buttons. Then choose "Back" and tap "Reload Springboard" to redefine your iPhone and apply the changes.
If you dig a little deeper and want to further customize your iPhone It seems that Eclipse 12 also offers a number of options to really enhance your iPhone. On the one hand, you can choose from around 18 different dark topics, such as: Graphite, Crimson and Dusk, just to name a few.
If that's not enough, you can use the Tweak's Color Settings page to customize various UI elements, such as: "Color of the navigation bar", "Status bar color" and more. In addition, Eclipse 12 also features "Adaptive Theming", which shows apps the colors of their icons, while apps that have white as their main color provide different shades of gray.
Overall, there are a variety of options that allow you to completely personalize the appearance of your iPhone's interface. You can even apply a dark theme to websites by turning on Site Dark Mode on the More Options page. However, the feature is still in beta and may vary depending on the site.