How-to enable night shift mode on your iPhone

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  • Stuntman06

    Can’t you give an example of what this night shift looks like? Show a picture of normal and night shift side by side.

  • MoYeung

    I recommend getting those Blue Light filter/screen protector from Japan.

  • Unorthodox

    “This is because absorbing blue light from our smartphones and tablets at
    night does a number of things; 1) it tricks your body clock into
    believing it’s daytime, 2) it improves our reaction times and 3) it
    reduces the body’s production of melatonin, all which make it difficult
    to fall asleep.”
    How any of that correlates with the article’s title? You know, the one that says “be kind to your EYES”?