Apple released a first beta of iOS 9.3 today, which contains a number of interesting new features as teased by a new page on the company’s site today. The new feature works similar to F.lux, which is available for Mac and Windows, and uses your clock and geolocation to change the amount of blue light emitted by the screen. By reducing blue light before bed, it’s widely regarded that you’ll sleep better. What’s interesting there is that Flux came to iOS by way of a workaround in 2015, but was quickly blocked by Apple and the company asked it to stop…

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