It’s not dark mode, but you can enable a helpful low light filter on your iPhone right now [Video]
This article shows on how to use color filters to imitate a night mode which might be handy while driving and using a maps app at the same time. I tried it out. You really need to make sure that your settings are like shown in the video (everything else than Zoom turned off and Zoom Region being Full Screen Zoom), otherwise it will always show you this “magnifying square”.
There’s still no dark mode in iOS, but if you find yourself regularly navigating your iPhone while in a dark environment, then you’ll appreciate the ability to enable a low light filter to darken the screen beyond normal brightness levels.
In a previous tutorial, we showed you how to map the low light filter to a triple-click of the Home button. While having such a shortcut is convenient, it slows down Home button response time when using the normal double-click function.
In the following brief tutorial, we’ll show you how to map low light filter access to a three-finger triple-tap instead. While not as convenient, the benefit is that this method won’t interfere with normal Home button functionality.
How to use the low light filter and retain Home button responsiveness
Step 1: Open Settings → General → Accessibility → Zoom.
Step 2: Enable the Zoom switch.
Step 3: Perform a three-finger double-tap to zoom out, if not already.
Step 4: Exit the…
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