Appeared on Apple Canada’s website. With the launch of first iOS 9.3 beta, Apple has although introduced a new feature called Night Shift. Designed specifically to help users cut down the amount of blue light which an iOS device puts in the evening. As per Apple’s note, reads that blue light can nagatively impact sleep by altering the body’s circadian rythm. Today, a Redit user called himself nickjosephson has acquired a Night Shift toggle in Control Center, indeed spotted on Apple Canada’s iOS 9.3 preview page.
Details. Actually the Night Shift toggle sits quite next to the brightness slider in Control Center with having two options available. One to “Turn On For Now” and the second “Turn On Until Tomorrow”. Toggle shown on an iPad Air is likely a new feature that works perfectly on iPhones as well, though, until now it’s unclear whether the toggle would fit on the stock iPhone’s smaller Control Center.
iOS 9.3’s Night Shift toggle is not exactly featured on American version of the mobile 9/3 OS preview page, but nevertheless shows up on Apple News’ “For You” section. Interesting is that Apple News hasn’t be yet made available in Canada, which is the likely reason why the images are different.
The feature called Night Shift can be activated on 64-bit iPhone or iPad devices running on iOS 9.3 by simply toggling it on in the Display and Brightness section of the Settings app. Users of iOS devices can either create their own Night Shift schedule or else allow iOS to turn it on after sunset and off at sunshine.
However the new Night Shift toggle is potentially ready to make its debut in a future beta of iOS 9.3. Next beta build version expected in coming weeks and sty tuned for the big gorgeous new feature installation.
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