We already use and love Night Shift on our iPhones and iPads, and now Apple’s brought this fine feature to the Mac! Since studies show blue light can cause sleep issues, scheduling your display’s color temperature to warm up at night may just help you rest easier, and we’ll give you the lowdown.
One of the many new features introduced in the Windows 10 Creators Update is Night Light, a system-wide feature that changes the color temperature of your display to reduce eye strain in the evening hours. Windows 10 Night Light is similar to the Night Shift feature found in macOS and iOS, and to third-party applications like f.lux. It’s based on research which suggests that the cool, blue light common to most computer displays can cause eye strain and interfere with your natural…
Quantum Dot technology is currently powering some visually stunning TVs, and now Samsung is set to bring the high color feature to desktop monitors. Three new Quantum Dot monitors will soon hit the market, and they look to be great choices for gaming and up-close movie watching.
The 9.7-inch iPad Pro’s new True Tone Display feature can make colors appear more consistent based on changing ambient light conditions, but it won’t provide absolute color accuracy. If color accuracy is important to your work on the iPad Pro, here’s how to disable True Tone manually.
Is the automatic Sunset to Sunrise scheduling option missing from Night Shift in iOS 9.3? Your iPhone or iPad’s Location Services settings may be to blame. Here’s how to fix the likely problem and gain access to this useful feature.
iOS 9.3 includes a new feature called Night Shift, which automatically reduces the color temperature of your iPhone or iPad screen as it gets dark, reducing eye strain and possibly helping you sleep. Here’s how to enable Night Shift and some warnings about when you may want to pass on this new feature.
OS X normally handles display resolution and scaling quite well automatically, but those using external displays (particularly third-party displays) may wish to manually select their own resolution. Here’s how you can override OS X’s automatic and limited suggestions and choose any supported resolution for your external monitor.
Recent versions of OS X are much better at handling Mac setups with multiple displays, but many users don’t know that they can further customize their monitor configuration by moving the dock or changing which monitor is set to be the primary display. Here’s how these concepts work in OS X El Capitan.
High resolution displays have arrived in force, but before you spend the time and money to upgrade your PC, make sure you understand how Windows 10 handles these 4K monitors, and how you can set a custom scaling percentage to ensure that what you see on the screen is exactly what you expect.
Want Retina-like sharpness on your standard definition monitor? Here’s how to get it with HiDPI mode in OS X, although there’s a big caveat that makes this useful only in special circumstances. Read on to find out more.