Both iOS and macOS have a built-in Dark Mode thats easier on the eyes. When activated the operating system uses a darker color palette for all screens menus and controls. To help foreground content stand out against these darker backgrounds the system will use more vibrant tones for foreground content wherever possible. If you think Dark Mode could make your night more enjoyable its possible to schedule Dark Mode. Here we share a few different ways to automatically enable Dark Mode at sunset on both iOS and macOS. Schedule Dark Mode on macOS Dark8230 Read more.
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