Apple has just released iOS 9.3. The new update is packed with some exciting new features. The new features and updates include Touch ID for Notes app, Night Shift mode, updated features for News and Health app, and much more.

All of these new features and updates seem to be promising. Out of all the features, Night Shift mode is the new thing we can have our eyes on. To make it easier to setup Night Shift on your iPhone and iPad running iOS 9.3, we have covered the topic on the same.

How to Enable or Disable Night Shift Mode in iOS 9.3 on iPhone and iPad

How to Use Night Shift Mode on iPhone and iPad

Enable Night Shift Mode on iPhone/iPad in iOS 9.3

Step #1. Launch the Settings app from home screen followed by “Display & Brightness“.

Tap on Display & Brightness Settings on iPhone

Step #2. Tap on Night Shift mode.

Tap on Night Shift in iOS 9.3 on iPhone

Step #3. Toggle ON Schedule.

Tap on Scheduled on iPhone to Turn On Night Shift Mode

Step #4. After you toggle ON the option, you can adjust the slider right below it to make your iPhone screen “Cooler” or “Warmer” according to your requirement.

Adjust Color Temperature for Night Shift Mode on iPhone

In case you want to turn off night shift mode, go to Settings → Tap on Display & Brightness → Tap on Night Shift→ Turn it off.

Schedule Night Shift Mode in iOS 9.3 on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Like we did before, launch the Settings app followed by “Display & Brightness“.

Step #2. Tap on “Night Shift” → Tap on From/To under Schedule.

Schedule Night Shift Mode in iOS 9 on iPhone

Step #3. You can set Schedule as “Off“, “From Sunset to Sunrise” or “Custom Schedule” by entering a specific time range of the day.

Options to Set Night Shift Mode on iPhone

Set Customized Time for Night Shift Mode on iPhone in iOS 9.3

That’s it. You’ll now not need to do any other configuration. Night Shift mode will automatically set your screen accordingly with the schedule.

In case you are yet to receive iOS 9.3 update on your iDevice, bookmark this post for future reference.

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  • Talukdar shaheb

    I think it is the most easiest feature to use. It is similar like the auto brightness feature. I know that, Apple introduces this feature to ease the strain on your eyes when looking at the screen at night. I really appreciate this initiative of Apple. But, I don’t like this orange color screen.That’s why I choose “ocushield” screen protector for my iPhone. Which protect harmful blue light and also helps me to sleep better.