How to Turn Off Night Mode on iPhone

Kyle Wood

iPhone, Tutorials

Night Mode is a great feature on the iPhone that helps reduce eye strain and make it easier to use your device in low-light conditions. However, there may be times when you want to turn off Night Mode. In this tutorial, we will show you how to do just that.

Step 1: Open the Settings app on your iPhone. It’s the icon that looks like a gear.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap on “Display & Brightness”. It’s usually located near the top of the Settings menu.

Step 3: In the Display & Brightness settings, you will see an option called “Night Shift”. Tap on it to proceed.

Step 4: On the Night Shift screen, you will find a toggle switch labeled “Scheduled” under the “Manual” heading. This toggle switch determines whether Night Mode is automatically enabled based on your device’s clock or if it needs to be manually turned on and off.

Note: If the toggle switch is already turned off, then Night Mode is already disabled. You can skip the remaining steps and continue using your iPhone as usual.

Step 5: If you want to disable Night Mode completely, simply tap on the toggle switch next to “Scheduled”. When it turns white and moves to the left, it means Night Mode is now turned off.

Additional Options

If you prefer more control over when Night Mode is enabled or disabled, you can use the “From” and “To” options under the “Manual” heading. These options allow you to specify a custom time range during which Night Mode will be active.

To set a custom time range:

  • Tap on “From” and select a start time for Night Mode.
  • Tap on “To” and select an end time for Night Mode.

Once you have set the custom time range, Night Mode will automatically enable and disable at the specified times.


Turning off Night Mode on your iPhone is a simple process that can be done through the Display & Brightness settings. Whether you want to disable Night Mode completely or set a custom time range, you now have the knowledge to do so.

Remember, Night Mode can be a beneficial feature for reducing eye strain, so consider enabling it when using your iPhone in low-light conditions. However, if you prefer to keep it turned off, follow these steps to easily disable it.

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