Tuesday, November 29, 2016

How To Make Black Dock And Folders On iPhone’s Home Screen

If you want to make black dock and folders on iOS 10 iPhone’s Home Screen then in this post we will show you how to do it even without jailbreak. There were many concepts about dark mode testing in iOS ahead of iOS 10 version launch, but all of them gone after public release. Still it can be possible using slight glitch. So follow the easy step below to black dock, black home screen folders and dark widgets on your iOS 10.1.1 device.

How To Make Black Dock And Folders On iOS 10 iPhone’s Home Screen



Step 1. First from your iOS 10 iPhone navigate to this Weebly site. It has various wallpapers that are only one pixel in height. For whatever reason, it’s precisely this that causes parts of the iOS UI to turn black. 


Step 2. Press and hold the square for the wallpaper color you want, then tap Save Image to download it to your Camera Roll.

Step 3. Then launch the Photos app and find the wallpaper you saved. 

Step 4. Tap the Share icon at the bottom left and choose Use as Wallpaper.


Step 5. Then choose Set Home Screen. 


Step 6. Go Home and look at this magic. 

You'll notice that several UI elements on your iOS device Home screen are now black or very dark. You have a black dock, the home screen folders are black, your widgets now have dark backgrounds and even the X icons to delete apps are a darker gray. Unfortunately, home screen folders are still translucent white when you tap to expand them, but still black otherwise.


The trick to make black dock and folders on iOS 10 iPhone’s Home Screen has one downside. It would be pretty hard to read widgets since the text remains black too. It seems like Apple won't implement dark mode in the nearest software updates. So using this trick you can make your device unique by changing its look and feel.