WhatsApp fans have been kept on hold and are eagerly waiting for the revelation of dark mode but Apple phones have already got the feature. WhatsApp users are still kept waiting for the upgrade and are wondering whether the dark will arrive or not.
Apple users Welcome WhatsApp Dark mode:
Over the past few months, there have been numerous speculations that the popular chat app is bringing colour change. One upgrade from the team at WaBetaInfo has also revealed a screenshot about the change. The image is released on the website suggesting that it will be termed as night mode. Rumours still populate around the web mystery still rules on WhatsApp’s design update. But there are no official releases or updates from the social media giant.
I hope that Facebook and Whatsapp devs (literally the same company) will take a step further, implementing dark mode in the apps in conjuction with what iOS 13 brings in
— khairi (@khairikay) June 30, 2019
However, WhatsApp users are still searching for this mode but there is better news for the iPhone owners. Apple has recently revealed that a Dark mode will be coming to its next iOS 13. This update will be transforming it’s on-screen appearance. The dark mode is said to be released on all of Apple’s apps and technology. The firm is also opening the options for developers which means some apps will get this option in future.
Other Users still need to wait:
Along with this upgrade being easier on the eye this also has a chance that it could save a bit of battery life. Although iOS 13 won’t be officially rolled out to the devices until the autumn. But there is a way that Apple iPhone users can give it a try.
The dark side rises.https://t.co/9D8PH5LjiT
— News18.com (@news18dotcom) June 26, 2019
The US technology firm has now unveiled that it’s Public Beta is live which enables consumers to try all of the features. It is noticeable that iOS 13 is currently made available as a beta version. It is likely to contain more bugs than the final release. This clearly means that it is advisable to not install the software on your primary device because you can run into problems.
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