Earlier this week Apple released a new developer preview for the macOS system that brings the Night Shift functionality from iOS to the Mac.

During that time, it was only available to registered Apple Mac developers, however, just a couple of days later, Apple has released it in their public beta program.

This means that anyone with a Mac or MacBook can now load up the public beta version of macOS 10.12.4 and get the Night Shift feature.

It also comes with a range of other features, including the following:

  • Night Shift now available on the Mac.
  • Dictation support for Shanghainese.
  • Ask Siri about cricket scores, schedules and player rosters. Siri knows about statistics and data from the Indian Premier League and International Cricket Council.
  • Updated PDFKit APIs for better displaying of PDFs in apps that use the framework.

If you are interested, you can gain access to the public beta via the source link below.

[alert type=white ]Update from Nicholas Griffin: I have changed the image that Sam used to show a look at Night Shift from my own MacBook.[/alert]

Source: Apple

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