Yesterday Apple released iOS 9.3 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, which includes several new features and improvements, including mode, Night Shift, the ability to set a password or Touch ID on notes, the updated Health app and much more. One of the main functions of the pack – the so-called “night mode” automatically adjusts the color temperature of the display of Apple mobile devices.
Night Shift determines the user’s location and watch the sunset in the locality where the person is and automatically shifts the colors to the warm end of the spectrum. Since a number of studies show that exposure to bright blue light in the evening can affect circadian rhythms and impede sleep.
By default Night Shift switches off automatically if the user activates on your device power saver Mode. For what purpose this was done is not clear. It is unlikely that the change in color temperature cause accelerated battery discharge iPhone and iPad. However, users have found a way to work around this limitation in iOS 9.3. In order to activate “night mode” in the power saving mode, just ask Siri.
How to include Night Shift in the saving mode:
Step 1: Go to Settings –> Battery and turn on the Saving mode.
Step 2: Go to Settings –> General –> Siri.
Step 3: under Language, select English (United States). Confirm the language change.
Step 4: Invoke Siri and say “Enable Night Shift”. To learn how to properly pronounce the phrase, you can use Google translate or Yandex.