iOS 10 beta has a hidden dark mode inside

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iOS 10 is already fabulous. Apple did a fantastic job in the iOS 10. It’s the worlds next best advanced mobile operating system. iOS 10 beta 1 is being released for developers on the 13th of June this year. iOS 10 works almost 5x more faster than the latest iOS 9.3.2 version.

It’s the only first beta, until the final release there will be many more changes, new features will come and drop. Checkout the hidden features of iOS 10 beta which Apple didn’t talk about in the WWDC’16.

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iOS 10 has lots of new exciting features. Everything has been changed to give you the ultimate iOS experience. It works so buttery smooth on the iPhone 6s.

One tester, Andrew Wilk, a programmer and student, has managed to find what a hidden dark mode in the iOS 10. So we might see a Dark mode in later ios beta release or in the final version that will come along with iPhone 7 in this fall.

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When running iOS 10 in simulation on a Mac through Xcode, Wilk, and a number of other individuals for that matter, have managed to turn on the setting in the stock Messages app while playing around. The dark mode that is then displayed within the Messages interface looks to be a long way from being described as a complete, although Wilk has suggested that the integration of a darker user-interface in the Messages app is “app wide”, which potentially could mean that it’s likely to be available across a number of Apple’s stock apps going forward on system level.

Here’s what it looks like:

A French publication has since “confirmed” the existence of the dark mode, sharing several images that show stock apps like Messages, iBooks, iTunes Store, Clock, and Safari all displayed with the new dark skin applied to them.

All of this appears to be enough to evidence to suggest that Apple is indeed working on bringing a dark UI to the iOS ecosystem, which would make sense given the fact that the Cupertino-based company announced a similar integration for the Apple TV via tvOS 10 update during the opening keynote to this year’s WWDC.

iPhone and iPad owners have actually been expecting this dark mode to arrive prior to WWDC kicking off earlier this week. A few iOS device owners had previously used Siri to ask “turn on dark mode”. Rather than getting a confused response, Apple’s digital assistant simply stated that she did not have access to that setting at this time. If that’s not a hint that something is coming, then we have no idea what is.

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