Add Dark Mode to iPhone on iOS 11/11.2 with Eclipse 4 Tweak without Jailbreak [Free]

Advertisements

Looking to add Dark Mode to your iPhone on iOS 11/11.2? We will show you how you can get this done quickly with the Eclipse 4 Tweak without jailbreaking your iPhone.

People Love Dark Mode

Advertisements

Apple introduced dark mode in iOS 11 as a test. However, it has become very popular among the iPhone users for some many reasons, namely that certain light sensitive users could use their devices without ending up with crippling migraines.

The dark mode was officially only available when you preview a message to send messages, which was nice but not enough.

Eclipse 4 Tweak without Jailbreak Free

As expected, now a plethora of Cydia tweaks has evolved that lets you apply Apple iOS 11 dark mode system wide, without even jailbreaking it. Eclipse 4 is the best tweak in this regard.

System Wide Dark Mode Theme iOS 11 No Jailbreak

Eclipse 4 is specifically built by keeping in mind the users that want to have a dark theme or dark mode on iOS 11 devices. It is compatible with:

  • iPhone X
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 6S
  • iPhone 6
  • iPad Air
  • iPad Mini

Supported iOS version include:

  • iOS 11.3 Beta
  • iOS 11.2
  • iOS 11.1.2
  • iOS 11.1
  • iOS 11

If your iDevice and iOS is in the above list, you have our permission to download Eclipse 4 Cydia tweak ipa for free and proceed with its installation.

Download Eclipse 4 for iOS 11 Cydia Tweak for Free

  1. Download Eclipse 4 Cydia tweak .ipa file and place it on your Windows desktop.
  2. Install Cydia Impactor on your PC.
  3. Install latest iTunes version.
  4. Connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer.
  5. Drag and drop the Eclipse 4 Cydia tweak .ipa file inside Cydia Impactor.
  6. Enter your Apple ID details.
  7. Wait few seconds for installation to get completed.

After Eclipse 4 for iOS 11 is installed for free on your iPhone/iPad, launch it from the settings app. Change its setting as per your liking and enjoy system wide dark mode/theme.

Wrap Up

What do you think of this tweak? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

Leave a Comment