With the release of iOS 13, Apple wants to split its mobile operating system between the iPhone's iOS and iPad's iPadOS.
While dark fashion was added to Mac's Mojave last year, iPhones and iPads have this popular feature until now. Those who truly wanted to have their screens black-and-white, but it's not so much a substitute for a true dark mode.
Apple's iOS 13 arrives on Sept. 19; Once you download the new operating system, here's how to lower the lights on Apple's mobile OS.
How Do You Turn On Dark Mode on iOS 13?
On your iPhone or iPad, navigate to Settings> Display  
Built-in Apple apps that will be given a darker theme include: App Store, Books, Clock, Contacts, Files, Health, Home, iMessage, iTunes, Reminders, Shortcuts, Store, News, Notes, Mail, Maps, Phone, Photos, Podcasts, Safari, Settings, Stocks, Tips, and Wallet.
How to Schedule Dark Mode in iOS 13
If you'd prefer to limit dark mode to a specific time of day, iOS 13 lets you schedule when your device enters and exits dark mode.
Go to Settings> Display & Brightness . Toggle the Automatic option and by default, it wants to schedule the light theme until sunset and the dark theme until sunrise. Even with Automatic set, you can still choose dark mode during the day. It wants to switch to light mode with the next sunrise.
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Turn on Dark Mode From the Control Center.
There is a quick way to switch light and dark modes from your iOS device. Open the Control Center by swiping down from the right corner of the screen.
The button will work differently Depending on how you set up your themes. By default, it wants to switch between light and dark. If dark mode is set to be a custom time, it will only be temporary. It wants to switch back at the time you designated in settings.