Earlier this week, Apple gave developers access to Night Shift for Mac, a feature that will make your eyeballs very happy. Now, the public beta for macOS 10.12.4 has been released, giving more users the opportunity to try out the awesome new feature.
Originally introduced for iOS, Night Shift is important because it providers screen with a warmer hue, something that’s easier on the eyes, especially when you’re cozied up in bed with no lights on. Scientists say blue light emitted from displays can negatively affect a person’s circadian rhythm; giving your display a warmer glow isn’t as harsh.
In addition, Apple also released the public beta for iOS 10.3, which introduces a “Find My AirPods” feature. The feature allows AirPod users to pinpoint the last known location of Apple’s wireless headphones—something you’ll need when you inevitably lose them.
You can download both public betas now.
Apple just released the first beta of iOS 10.3. It’s the next upcoming major release that follows iOS 10.2, already available and pictured in the gallery above, which introduced new Messaging features, emoji, wallpapers and more. iOS 10.3 beta 1 changes According to MacRumors, one of the new features is called “Find my AirPods” and will […]
In the latest macOS beta—macOS 10.12.4 beta 1—Apple has introduced Night Shift, a feature the company first introduced with the release of iOS 9.3. Similar to the feature found in iOS, Night Shift adjusts the brightness of a display, producing warmer tint. Some studies have shown that smartphone and computer screens can affect a person’s circadian […]