It’s hard out there for a keyboard jockey.
Thankfully, Night Shift is here to save the day (er, night).
Spending long hours staring at a computer has its ill effects, one of which being that the blue light pouring out of the screen is thought to wreak havoc on people’s circadian rhythms. This in turn makes it harder to fall asleep at night once that laptop is eventually put away.
In other words, your beloved MacBook might be messing up your slumber time.
MacOS’ Sierra 10.12.4 update takes care of that inconvenience by making standard a feature that once required the third-party app f.luxNight Shift, as it’s called, works by reducing the amount of blue light used by your screen in the evening — switching over to warmer colors in the process. Read more…