A universally dark theme has long been one of the most sought after features that we have urged Apple to introduce to iOS. While this desire was unfulfilled with iOS 12, there is a hope that it will finally come in contact with iOS 13's arrival. However, the jailbreak community has had this feature for a long time, and you can also run the correct iOS version.
Twilight tweaks like Guillermo Moran s honorable Eclipse series of programs have been around at least iOS 7. And thanks to constant updates, Eclipse supports iOS 1
Granted, you can refrain from buying Eclipse 12 – the latest version of Eclipse – and take advantage of Smart Invert to mimic a dark position on your iPhone instead, but the feature can invert colors that should not be less than desirable. Or you can wait for a system-wide dark mode to officially arrive when the next big iOS iteration runs down – even if it happens.
Currently, you are using a tweak like Eclipse 12 the best option you have in getting a battery-saving dark theme on your iPhone. Because OLED displays use less energy by turning off pixels where black appears or by using less of the RGB spectrum for grays, it is easy to see how it can save power. But this tweak can also help save some energy on LCD models like iPhone X R or iPhone 8.
Step 1: Add Packix Repo
Eclipse 12 Is Not Lying domestically in either Cydia or Sileo, so you have to connect their external repository. To do so, add repo.packix.com to your list of "Sources" in either app. If you need more help, we have more detailed instructions for adding repos:
If you install repos in Cydia, it will not automatically appear in Sileo and vice versa. You must manually add both if you both regularly.
Step 2: Purchase Eclipse 12
Now search and select Eclipse 12 in Cydia or Sileo, depending on which one you added it. On Eclipse 12's details, press the blue "Purchase" button and follow the instructions in the browser to pay with PayPal. For more information on buying tweaks from inside Cydia or Sileo, we have more detailed instructions:
Once you have paid for Eclipse 12, you are automatically transferred back to the Packix website to complete an additional step.  Step 3: Register and link your iPhone
You need to verify your latest purchase and link your iPhone with Cydia or Sileo to install Eclipse 12. On the Packix website, select the green "Link via profile" button, and tap "Allow" from the confirmation download to begin installing a configuration profile .
You are redirected to the Settings app. Press "Install" at the top right and then press it again on the following page to confirm. Afterwards, you will be taken to Packix's website for one last time to verify the device's linked status to the tweak you just bought.
Step 4: Install Eclipse 12
With Eclipse 12 paid and verified you are now free to go back to the tweak's information page within either Cydia or Sileo and continue with the installation. Hit "Modify" (Cydia) or "Get" (Sileo) and press either "Install" on the menu shown in Cydia or "Confirm" after revealing the "Queued" card in Sileo. Allow tweak a minute or two to install, then click "Restart SpringBoard" to put it together.
When your iPhone resprings you will find Eclipse 12 is not on by default. To enable tweak, you must press "Eclipse Dark Mode" in the Settings app and turn on the switch next to "Enable Eclipse". From there, select "Applications" and choose which apps you want with a dark theme by activating the corresponding switches. Then select "Back" and press "Reload the springboard" to return to your iPhone and apply the changes.
If you want to dig a little deeper and further customize your iPhone look, but Eclipse 12 also provides a range of options to make your iPhone really stand out. For one, the tweak gives your about 18 varieties of dark themes to choose from, such as Graphite, Crimson and Dusk, to name but a few.
If that wasn't enough, you can go into the tweak's "Color Settings" page to customize various UI elements such as "NavBar Color", "Statusbar Color" and more. In addition, Eclipse 12 also has "Adaptive Theming" that colors applications to reflect the colors of their icons while providing shades of gray for apps that have white as their dominant color.
In total, there is a wide range of options that you can play with to fully customize your iPhone's interface. You can even apply a dark theme to websites by switching "Website Dark Mode" on the "More Options" page, but the feature is still in its beta steps and may vary in site-to-site efficiency.