Scheduled Dark Mode
In all fairness, Dark Mode took a lot longer to come to iOS than it should have; we saw evidence that it was coming as far back as iOS 10, but it took until last year’s release of iOS 13 before it finally appeared.
Of course, in true Apple style, the company waited until it could do it right before turning the switch, adding a full, system-wide Dark Mode that could be leveraged by third-party developers and scheduled to automatically turn on and off based on the time of the day.
Google, on the other hand, has been rolling out its dark mode in fits and spurts, and it wasn’t until last year’s Android 10 release that it got a full system-wide Dark Theme, but there was still no way to schedule it. It turns that’s a new feature that’s only coming in Android 11, but then again, considering how scattershot Google’s approach has been to dark mode in its own iOS apps, we really shouldn’t be all that surprised.