How to Enable and Schedule Night Shift Mode on iPhone

Night Shift mode on Apple devices has been there since iOS 9.3. Over a period of time, Apple has made little change in this feature. When you turn on Night Shift on your iPhone or iPad, it saves the battery life of your device. Here, we’re going to show you how to use Night Shift mode on iPhone and iPad.

Apple has slotted Night Shift in Display & Brightness in the Settings app. You can either schedule or manually enable Night Shift mode on your iOS device. When you turn on Night Shift, it automatically shifts the colors of your display to the warmer end of the color spectrum after dark. You will get a better night’s sleep by using this feature.

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Turn ON Night Shift Mode on iOS Device

Step #1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone → Tap on Display & Brightness.

Open Settings on iPhone and Tap on Display and BrightnessStep #2. Tap on Night Shift mode.

Tap on Night Shift in iPhone Display and Brightness SettingsStep #3. Toggle ON Schedule.

Turn ON Night Shift Mode on iPhone and iPadStep #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 Less or More Warm Night Shift on iPhoneIn case you want to turn off night shift mode, go to Settings → Tap on Display & Brightness → Tap on Night Shift → Turn it off.

Turn OFF Night Shift Mode on iPhone and iPad

Schedule Night Shift Mode on iOS Device

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

Set Customized Time for Night Shift Mode on iPhoneThat’s all folks!

Wrapping up…

You’ll now not need to do any other configuration. Night Shift mode will automatically set your screen accordingly with the schedule. Apple, in its latest operating system iOS 13, has introduced Dark Mode. You can use dark mode on your iPhone and iPad to protect your eyes from straining.

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