The dark mode has gradually started making its way on to smartphones. Apple has launched this feature in iOS 13 and Google is making the same with Android version 10. Even the app builders are making their bit to contain a dark mode in their apps. The popular Smartphone apps have already implemented the same feature while some others are working on the same implementation process. The iOS 13 dark mode seems to have a massive impact on the battery life of the OLED screen. It can make at least 30% improvement in the battery life of the smartphone.
The dark mode is known to be easier on the eyes while using a smartphone at night or in a light environment. However, the test carried out by Phonebuff on an Apple iPhone XS it is protective to say that this has a good impact on the overall life of the battery of a smartphone. Phonebuff also carried out the checks on the iPhone XS with and without the night mode to measure the impact it has on the battery life of the Samarth results were amazing as the display of the iPhone XS was set to 200 units of the brightness for the test.
This test will include two hours of messaging, and two hours of scrolling through Twitter and 2 hours of watching the YouTube videos in the Portrait mode. In addition, the other two hours will scroll through Google Maps. With the help of these tests, iPhone XS was able to have a 30% battery life still left in the dark mode compared to the standard mode. It is not shocking that the dark mode has Sachin’s impact on OLED and AMOLED displays.