One of the biggest issues that brought the iOS version last September 13 was the new black iOS mode. That means you can now use pre-installed apps on your iPhone with a black screen to avoid visual fatigue.
Therefore, Black mode works on apps like Settings, Notes, Contacts, Messages, Phone app, Task Store and much more. Other external applications are also supported, but Apple can't force them.
Applications like Twitter or Slack also have their own black mode, but instead YouTube, Google Docs or Google Maps have not yet made it, maintaining their white background when the black iOS mode is activated. This is no different from WhatsApp.
How to activate blackout mode in WhatsApp on your iPhone
To use black mode on WhatsApp, the first thing to do is to make sure you have version 2.20.30 or installed later. It is recommended to have automatic downloads applied, although you can do it again at App Store.
Once you have the right version of WhatsApp, it's time to get started black mode for your iPhone. You should know that this is the only way to enjoy WhatsApp with this mode on iOS, since you can't use it unless it's also used throughout the system.
Go to & # 39; Settings & # 39; for your iPhone and select the & # 39; Show & Light section & # 39; In the new screen, tap the & # 39; Black & # 39; (along the path & # 39; Light & # 39;) you will see that both the iOS and WhatsApp interface now use dark colors.
You can also enter dark mode from the & # 39; Control Center & # 39 ;. You will see its icon in the form of a black and white circle. If you don't see it, you should configure it by going to & # 39; Settings & # 39 ;, followed by & # 39; Control Center & # 39 ;, & # 39; Customize controls & # 39; and add & # 39; Dark Mode & # 39;