‘Dark mode’ in iOS 10 won’t blind you with brightness

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Apple wasn’t kidding: iOS 10 is going to be a huuuge release with a boatload of new useful features.

From a revamped Messages experience, to third-party app integration with Siri, to improved Photos, to a redesigned Apple Music, to all of the things Apple didn’t tell you, there’s going to be a lot to take in.

Users testing out the iOS 10 developer preview beta have just discovered another much-asked for feature in iOS 10: A dark mode, which turns the interface’s bright white backgrounds to black for a less blinding look. 

Dark mode is also easier on the eyes, especially when you’re using your iPhone at night with the lights turned off or in a dim place like a bar. Read more…

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