One of the best things about iOS is Apple’s commitment to accessibility. For instance, Apple has made the iPhone usable for the visually impaired. But everyone can benefit from iOS’s accessibility features, many of which make things easier for all.
Scientific studies have shown that blue light, like that emitted from an iOS device’s screen, makes it harder to sleep at night. Night Shift reduces the amount of blue light.
Here’s how to use Night Shift:
Enable Night Shift manually: You can go to Settings > Display & Brightness > Night Shift, but it’s far easier to trigger it from Control Center (see Discover Control Center Functions). When enabled, Night Shift remains on until sunrise.
Set a Night Shift schedule: ...