Apple gave us the opportunity to invert colors on the screen a long time ago. Then they gave us grayscale mode in iOS 8, night switching in iOS 9 and the red screen filter in iOS 10. While the long-awaited "Dark Mode" has not yet arrived, iOS 11 and iOS 12 both have a decent placeholder you can use on your iPhone.
Although it's not exactly the dark mode we wanted, there's an option in iOS 11 and iOS 12 to enable "Smart Invert" which inverts the colors of the iPhone's display conversely for all these years But this particular new inverted mode will not reverse everything, especially images, media, and some applications that already use dark color styles will not be reversed to quote the settings.
The Significance of Dark Mode, Especially As Smart Invert, is most common on the iPhone X X S and X S Max, which all have OLED panels instead of LCDs. In contrast to the latter, OLED switches Panels display only the parts of the display that show true blacks, which is a big advantage in terms of battery life.
Access to the new setting, "Darker Mode"
To access these new inverted ones Mode closed, go to Settings ̵
The differences between Smart and Classic Invert are small. For example, the Google Maps app looks the same for both, while the splash screen with Smart Invert turned on looks just like it does without an inverted look.