Research have proved that blue light emitted from display screens is bad for health. The blue light disrupts or prevent body’s sleep mechanism. Operating systems and manufacturers are now coming up with options to prevent blue light emission. There are software’s and Apps available in market that can prevent blue light emission. iPhone have a feature build into it to prevent blue light.
iPhone is now equipped with a feature called Night Shift to reduce the blue light emitting from display screen. You can either allow it to run automatically or enable it manually.
Configure Night shift in iPhone
- Go to Home screen -> Settings
- Tap Display & Brightness
- Tap Night Shift
- Bottom of the screen, you can slide the Color Temperature towards Less Warm or More Warm
- Under Scheduled, you can set the time under From and To
Note: Inside Scheduled, there is an option Sunset to Sunrise. Enabling this automatically turn on and turn off Night shift. This option uses the location service to automatically determine sunrise and sunset time.