I’m the kind of gal who has a wardrobe full of clothes which are the same three colours: black, white, and blue denim.
If I’m feeling especially adventurous I might chuck in a bit of khaki or a black and white print, but I usually keep things pretty simple. And by simple I mean all black is my main aesthetic.
Everything is better in black. I’m better in black- it makes me feel slimmer, look cooler and and really highlights my cheekbones (it’s a thing, trust me).
White just stains. Seriously, white sneakers/clothes/appliances/anything give me anxiety- black doesn’t betray you like that.
Colours clash. You can’t have red wallpaper with brown wooden floorboards. But black goes with everything.
Apple’s new iPhone ‘Dark Mode’ is further proof that black makes everything better.
The feature will officially hit mobile devices worldwide in September, but some people have taken one for the team and downloaded the beta version of the iOS update to give us a glimpse of Dark Mode in action.
And it’s sleek as hell:
See what I mean? Black = instantly cooler.
People are loving the update and it’s easy to see why (refer to above). But it also has some really practical positive impacts:
Phones with OLED displays may experience a small battery boost when in Dark Mode. The feature is also less harsh on the eyes- the high contrast between text and background colour means our eyes have to work less.
Technically, there’s no solid scientific evidence to say that Dark Mode is 100% better for our vision than normal lighter modes, but the world agrees looking at dark screens at least feels better.
In conclusion, the iPhones upcoming Dark Mode feature is good because it’s black. And everything is better in black. The end.