Instagram for iOS update added Dark Mode support in iOS 13

Since iOS 13 was released three weeks ago to the public, Instagram for iOS is now supporting Dark Mode feature. It looks like a mix of dark gray and black similar to iOS 13 Dark Mode. The app will automatically switch between light and dark depending on its system setting. Dark modes have become popular due to reducing any strain on eyes and also simultaneously saving iPhone’s battery life.

How to enable dark mode on Instagram app? If you already own iOS 13 and have dark mode turned on from the system setting, the Instagram app will auto-adjust to dark mode. If you didn’t set Dark Mode feature on yet, you can go into Settings on your device, then go to Display and Brightness, and click Dark. Let us know how it’s going.

How to pair a DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controller with Apple TV, iPad or iPhone – Apple Support

Here’s how to easily pair your DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controller for PlayStation with your Apple devices. Once your controller is in pairing mode, it’ll appear in the device list in your Bluetooth settings.

To learn more about this topic visit the following article:
Use Bluetooth accessories with your Apple TV:
https://apple.co/31I68lb

How to pair an Xbox Wireless with Apple TV, iPad iPhone, or iPod touch – Apple Support

Here’s how to easily pair your Xbox Wireless Controller with Bluetooth with your Apple devices. Once your controller is in pairing mode, it’ll appear in the device list in your Bluetooth settings.

To learn more about this topic visit the following article:
Use Bluetooth accessories with your Apple TV: https://apple.co/2LLecff

Additional Resources:
Contact Apple Support: https://apple.co/GetSupport

History of iPhone via Apple Explained


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lzImoZj1H4

Watch the iPhone evolve through eleven years of development. Starting with the original iPhone in 2007, which revolutionized the mobile phone industry, and ending with the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro in 2019. What’s in store for the best selling smartphone in America? No one knows for sure. But it would appear that the iPhone will remain a leader in the smartphone industry for years to come.