1714833436 The hidden night mode that turns your iPhone screen red

The hidden night mode that turns your iPhone screen red

A good night’s sleep and your iPhone just don’t mix. Still, this bizarre night mode can improve the situation quite a bit.

If you spend a night tossing and turning, there’s nothing wrong. Everyone can’t sleep sometimes. But if you suffer from this often, it might just be because of your iPhone. The trusty smartphone is sometimes better left for a while, or try a night mode.

In case you still want to use your iPhone, this hidden trick is the solution. A hidden night mode turns your entire screen bright red. Besides making you look like a secret agent, the feature also improves your sleep.

This hidden night mode turns your iPhone all red

You may have noticed that you have tired eyes just before going to bed. That could just be due to the bright light of an iPhone. This is because the screen contains blue light, which disrupts the production of the sleep hormone melatonin. This makes it harder to fall asleep.

In such cases, it is very smart to color your iPhone screen red. Red light is harder to see than other colors, so it seems less bright to our eyes. For example, in a dark room, your pupils don’t have to get used to the light as much. And if you look away, your eyes can adjust more quickly to the darkness around you.

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This hidden iPhone trick can also come in handy if you use Night Sky app to stare at the stars, secretly want to check your phone at the movie theater, spot animals or peek at your phone at night.

You set up the feature by navigating to the Accessibility category in Settings. Then choose Screen and Text Size and choose Color Filters. Turn on Color Filters and choose Hue as the filter. Slide the intensity and hue all the way to the right to maximize the red screen effect.

These features may also help you

By the way, this is not the only option Apple offers to give your eyes extra protection. You can also use these features in the late hours, for example:

Your iPhone can issue a warning if you look too closely at the screen. Go to Settings > Screen time > Screen distance.

Use night mode to reduce blue light. Go to Settings > Display and Brightness > Night Shift

With True Tone, your screen adjusts to its surroundings. Go to Settings > Display and Brightness > True Tone

Enable dark mode to replace bright white with black or dark gray tones. Go to Settings > Display and Brightness > Dark.

Now if you want to discover even more cool features on the iPhone, you’ve come to the right place. We have a few more for you in the article below:

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