If you're familiar with F.lux for Mac, you're already familiar with one of the most exciting features coming to iOS 9 with the iOS 9.3 update.
The iOS 9.3 update features a new feature called "Night Shift." Night Shift will reduce the amount of blue light eminating from your screen at night. The reason? Like F.lux, it should help you sleep a little better. Studies have shown that blue light can alter the body's circadian rhythm which can negatively affect your sleep.
With this feature enabled, your iPhone will use your clock and geolocation to determine when to shift the screen. At night, it will change to warmer colors. In the morning, it will shift to a more natural looking form.
This isn't the only exciting feature coming with iOS 9.3 but it's a top feature and one that you should be excited about, particularly if you tend to use your iPhone at night.
What's more is that the iOS 9.3 beta 2 has delivered a nice little toggle for Night Shift located in the Control Center that you pull up with a swipe from the bottom of the screen.
(Note: This feature might be limited to the iPhone 5s and above. Nothing is confirmed until the public release arrives but this appears likely at this point.)
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