If you are worried about blue light from your phone or tablet causing retina damage, you can use Apple’s night shift function to turn off the blue light on your iPad or iPhone in iOS. This stops it from the emitting blue light, which can damage the retinas in your eyes. To turn off the blue light coming out of your iPhone, go to settings and search for night shift, and then set it up to turn off and on on a schedule. If you want it to be on night shift all the time, you can set it to turn off one minute before it turns on, and then it will be on almost all of the time. Blue light from cell phones and tablets and computers can disrupt your sleep rhythms and can also cause damage to your retina. If you spend a lot of time looking at your phone and your iPad or tablet, then you should put it into Night Shift mode to filter out the blue light coming from your phone screen or tablet screen. This is easier than using blue blocking sunglasses or a blue blocking stick on filter for your phone or tablet. If you filter out the blue light, it won’t damage your eyes. If you read the recent news reports about this, they are pretty scary.

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  1. Alexander Guzman - SRM Student

    Thanks for the information about the blue light I am worried about my sleep patterns because I watch my iPad at night so thanks for the information it helps a lot.

  2. David Mariyasin

    Omg thank you so much. Didn’t even know blue light can do such harm. Now my eyes feel more refreshed 🤩

  3. Deepa Shivanandam

    Lol…….I don't even have an ipad and I don't know why I'm watching this in midnight😂
    And ya using paper books is the best way to study for me…. than spending thousands of bucks in purchasing these devices….

  4. Ellie Young

    This helped me so much! I’ve been wanting to block blue light for so long. Thank you for showing this. Definitely giving this a like! It helped a lot 🙂

  5. iiExlipse

    Thank youuuu! But general question does blue light give you headaches? I’ll be on my iPad for 20 minutes and I get the worst headache ever.

  6. Derek W.

    Thank you very much for this tip! It will do a great favor to the eyes of my mom who has serious eyesight problem due to watching dramas on iPad whole day everyday.

  7. Kawakeb Astra

    Thx4 info .. U have direct charming style .. appreciate U Angel .. I must semi brain dead not to realize this sooner .. already damaged my eyes..why don’t I walk away fm this teck.. maybe I will .. regardless love U 🙏😎💫😇✨Angel

  8. Andrew Chan

    why i am so dumb, i was thinking that the night shift can only be turned off for only hours of a day.

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