Night Shift has been one of the major developments brought by iOS 9.3. With iOS 9.3.2 Beta 2, Apple has released the second preview version of its upcoming minor updates. From the second beta of the operating system small Leap nobody expected something other than bug fixes. But surprisingly, it brings with it a feature that many users have want to have.
Night Shift lets you change the colors on the screen for a few more warm or cold, depending on user preferences, so that the view is better display setting in environments with little or no light, ideal all users who like to read iBook before going to sleep and does not want to experience sleep problems.
Apple, like any other company dedicated to software development, occasionally performs actions that for us, the end users have no sense. An example of what I’m talking about is the inability to activate the new feature that will help you sleep better Night Shift in combination with the low-power mode after the fourth beta of iOS 9.3. A foolish move and nobody quite understand. But fortunately Apple re-enable both options enabled together with the second beta of iOS 9.3.2, which currently only is only for iOS developers.
Apple has re-activate this new feature, which indicates that Apple if listening to the community, when he wants, and has returned to activate an option that many users do not we understood because he had deactivated in the fourth beta of iOS 9.3 to finally not be available in the final version or the first update iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1. Thus, even though we have activated energy saving mode we will be able to continue using Night Shift.