The dark mode inside the app is now very raging, and rightfully so. The dark interface not only looks really pretty, but with OLED displays used in leading smartphones from all the big companies, including Apple, there's an original battery power savings to be had.
Unfortunately, despite many conflicting rumors, Apple does not add real dark mode to iOS 11 - instead of choosing the "Smart Invert" option, but that does not mean it's all gone. If you are jailbroken, there are new tweaks that should do the trick well.
Created by developer Guillermo Morán, Eclipse X is not yet available as a full release but ahead of its arrival in Cydia, Morán has made it available as a developer preview. Free downloads through its website, although donations can be made and others are $ 0.99 or more will receive a final extension for free once the feature is complete and available completely. While we've seen images that show that Eclipse X does work, developers themselves are urging caution, reminding users that this is a preview and not everything is fully baked.
The preference panels do not work because of sandbox restrictions on electra.
This is enabled in all apps. There is no way to disable it (see why first).
There is no color choice. This is a developer preview.
Safari, Mail, and Notes are not compatible Will be fixed in newer buildings.
Support for third-party applications is coming soon.
That being said, if you want a full-on black theme and do not want to go the route using the iOS 11 color inversion option built-in - Accessibility features than the real dark mode - then this is a good choice for those who jailbroken You can download Eclipse X in its current form is now in gmoran.me/eclipse_x.php.
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