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Apple today updated its Apple Support app for the iPhone and the iPad, introducing a revamped layout with Dark Mode support and improved navigation.

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According to Apple, the app features an all new customized user interface and smarter solutions for more topics using step-by-step troubleshooting, along with Dark Mode.

The app also now features an easier way to find support for not only Apple products, but also Apple services, and it brings improved chat and call experiences.

Apple's full notes for the update are below:
  • All new customized user interface, including Dark Mode support
  • Get smarter solutions for even more topics using guided, step-by-step troubleshooting
  • It's now easier to find support for all of your Apple services and subscriptions
  • New and improved chat and call experiences
The Apple Support app is Apple's dedicated app for getting support on an iPhone or iPad, and it can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

Article Link: Apple Support App Gains Dark Mode and Streamlined Interface
 

FelixDerKater

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After getting Dark Mode more than 20 years after anxiously awaiting it in what was originally going to be Mac OS 8, I now see the reason it was such a low priority for Apple.
 

nfl46

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Lol. I didn’t even realize they had a Support app. I always went to the website. I’m surprised it’s not a default app that comes with the iOS...one that you could hide (or delete) like Tips and Stocks.
 
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Apple_Robert

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Lol. I didn’t even realize they had a Support app. I always went to the website. I’m surprised it’s not a default app that comes with the iOS...one that you could hide (or delete) like Tips and Stocks.
It should be a default app. I have been using it ever since it became available. Very useful app.
 

nylonsteel

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i like dark mode otopn
aapl should have had this capability in osx and ios years ago
 
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