For some time now, macOS has been missing a huge feature.

Despite F.lux being one of the most popular applications for the desktop OS, Apple has somewhat neglected the nighttime Mac user, even when they have a mode to reduce blue light in iOS called Night Mode.

However, according to a recent report by a number of users, this may change soon.

[alert type=white ]Update: The inclusion of Night Shift on the Mac has now been confirmed.[/alert]

They claim that the latest macOS Sierra beta 10.12.4 includes a Night Shift mode that works just as the iOS version, automatically shift towards a warmer colour tint, removing most of the blue light.

They also say that it allows users to set a schedule for when sunset should arrive as well as fine-tune the colours that are tinted.

We don’t yet know how close this is to being available to the public, however, since it’s not a major feature, we wouldn’t expect it to take long.

You can read more at the source link below.

Source: 9to5mac

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