There are many ways to adjust the display for low light and night time situations on iPhone. Night Shift can automatically dial down blue light starting at sunset, which helps to reduce interference with the body's natural sleep and wake cycle. Other ways to lower the brightness of the iPhone screen include brightness in the Control Center, Dark Mode in apps, and Reduce White Point under Accessibility.
Display and Brightness
Apple has come a long way with optimizing iPhone's display to adapt to its environment and give you the best appearance possible.
Here's how to enable the Display Zoom feature on your iPhone:
How to change the appearance of Dark Mode:
- Swipe up from your Home Screen to open Control Center.
- Perform a long hold on the brightness control.
- Tap Appearance.
- Use your finger to move the slider up and down for a lighter (up) or darker (down) appearance.
One of the most talked about features introduced in iOS 13 is system-wide Dark Mode. The inverted color scheme is no longer relegated to only third-party apps. It has been integrated throughout iOS including most stock apps, settings and system-level views. You can choose when to give your eyes a rest by manually enabling Dark Mode or schedule it like Night Shift to switch over at night. You can also create your own schedule and choose how dark you want your device to become.