How to use Apple iOS 9.3's Night Shift while in Low Power Mode
Published 23/03/2016 | 11:48
Night Shift, the clever new feature in iOS 9.3 that changes the colour of the screen, can't be enabled in Low Power Mode, but there's a workaround.
One of the big new additions to iOS 9.3 is Night Shift, a feature that automatically adjusts the screen’s colour temperature to reduce blue light in the evening. This should help you sleep better if you do use your Apple device later in the day.
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Night Shift is automatically disabled when you turn on Low Power Mode, but there is a simple and clever workaround.
To enable Night Shift with Low Power Mode enabled, all you have to do is call on Siri and say "Enable Night Shift."
You won't be able to manually enable Night Shift while Low Power Mode is enabled through settings, but this is an incredibly easy workaround.