To the delight of Dark Mode enthusiasts everywhere, Instagram has enabled a dark theme for its app. If users want to take advantage of Dark Mode for Instagram, they need to be running iOS 13 on their iPhone. Instagram, by default, has a bright white interface that can be uncomfortable to look at for long periods, especially in darker environments. Aesthetics aside, dark mode for Instagram will be much easier on the eyes due to its darker interface. Perhaps it will also be easier on battery life for phones with OLED displays.
To ensure you can use Dark Mode on Instagram, follow these steps.
- Make Sure you are running iOS 13 (You can make sure in the settings app)
- Update your Instagram app to the latest version (Version 114.0)
- Enable System Dark Mode on your iPhone. (Settings or Control Center)
- Open the newly updated version of Instagram
- Enjoy your new spooky Instagram!
The iPhone 11 Pro has been out for a few weeks now, and early impressions continue to hold the new iPhone cameras in high regard. As someone who used their iPhone as their primary camera, I was excited to finally get my hands on the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Once I finally got my device, I rushed to one of the most photogenic spots in the city. The Atlanta Botanical Gardens was my destination. Filled with colorful and exotic plants, what better local to test Apple’s latest and greatest camera sensors.
Below I will share some of the photos I captured on this trip. As a disclaimer, I am not a professional photographer, nor have these photos been edited by me. Any edits to these photos have been facilitated by the iPhones photo processing, which is automatic.
Red Flowering Plant: Telephoto Lens
Pink Flowering Plant, With Water droplets: Telephoto Lens
Ultra Wide View of Various Green Leaves: Ultra Wide Lens
Bumble Bee Resting: Telephoto Lens
Red Leaves: Standard Wide Lens
Close up Red Flower: Standard Wide Lens
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