iOS 14 will see Apple introduce a new Night Shift feature for smart lights, according to leaked information from 9to5Mac.
According to the source, HomeKit-controlled smart lights can automatically change their color temperature depending on the time of day, similar to how Night Shift on the iPhone, iPad and Mac adjusts the display's colors to warmer tones in the evening to help reduce strain. on the eyes caused by the blue backlight.
Changing night lights would essentially mean that users could see their daylight, for example, changing their light from morning to warm in the afternoon, continuing to warm up and changing their tone toward evening. .
While this can already be done by manually adjusting the temperatures around the home using HomeKit, Apple will still introduce an automatic system that will do so on behalf of the user.
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