Using Night Shift on Your Mac

Night Shift is a new Sierra feature for recent Macs that shifts the colors on your screen to include less blue light. This can be useful for people using their Macs in the evening as more blue light may make it harder for some to get to sleep. Learn how to turn this feature on and off, and adjust it on your Mac.

Comments: 6 Responses to “Using Night Shift on Your Mac”

    Gordon Gladstone
    3 years ago

    Cannot find Night Shift in Display in System Preferences on my iMAC running Sierra 10.12.4. In fact my Displays window features only “Display” and “Color” and doesn’t even show screen size. I used MAC Help in the menu bar and couldn’t find any reference to Night Shift. What gives? Is this a “retina display” issue and my MAC is too old??

    Debbie Shapiro
    3 years ago

    I have the same issue as Gordon. No night shift in Display.

    3 years ago

    Gordon & Debbie: Probably not supported on your Mac. Which one do you have?

    Debbie Shapiro
    3 years ago

    Mid 2011

    Jean
    3 years ago

    His vid said 2012 so yea…

    3 years ago

    Debbie: Yes, that’s too old.

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