Let’s be honest. When it comes to iOS updates on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch…there haven’t been many overly creative, new and intuitive features added recently.
According to iDrop News: that’s about to change.
Apple recently released their first iOS 9.3 Beta to developers: which means that cool stuff is on the way. One of the highlights: “Night Shift.” According to Apple, it “shifts” the colors of your iDevice’s display to a warmer “easy on the eyes” hue in the evening time (so you can comfortably read in bed with little to no eye strain). Apple’s programmed/timed this transition to go along with the sunset in your location. The coolest part? The colors will go back to their original settings when the sun comes up.
The bad news: “Night Shift” won’t be available on all iDevices. Specifically, ones without Apple’s 64-bit chipsets. “Night Shift” won’t work on anything below an iPhone 5s, iPod Touch 6G, iPad Mini 2, iPad Air or iPad Pro.
You can read the full iDrop News story here.
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