It’s a trick that’s been swarming the internet for some time, because it’s possible to make the screen of your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch darker than the default lighting options in iOS. You can dim the exposure of the screen via the control panel or the settings of iOS, but at some point the end is reached.
You can still go darker than the standard exposure, for the sake of convenience we have called it night mode. This display is ideal when using your iDevice in a dark environment.
Dim the screen of your iPhone or iPad extra
• Open the Settings app
• Tap General ▸ Accessibility ▸ Zoom
• Select ‘Zoom area’ and check the option ‘Zoom whole screen’
• Go back and enable the ‘Show controller’ and ‘Zoom’ option
• Tap the controller (ball with four arrows)
• A (black) list opens, slide the bar at the bottom all the way to the left
• Zooming is now disabled and tap on ‘Choose filter’ in the list
• Check the option ‘Low light’ here’
• Tap next to the list to make it disappear
• Disable the ‘Show controller’ option and tap ‘Accessibility’ at the top
• Scroll down and choose ‘Activation button’
• Check the ‘Zoom’ option
When you now press the home button three times, you will notice that the ‘low light’ is switched on and the exposure of the screen is significantly less. If you have linked multiple actions to pressing the home button three times, you must choose ‘Zoom’.
Of course you can disable this behavior by unchecking ‘Zoom’ again from the eponymous option in the accessibility menu and in the settings for the activation button.
Updated article, original from 22/03/2015
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