Apple have decided to bring Night Shift Mode to MacOS , which allows you to enable your iPhone to automatically adjust the colours in your display based the night and day.
So the Cupertino company recently release a beta of mac OS Sierra which includes a new Night Shift mode.
What is Night Shift?
If you have latest version of iOS, you may have noticed a new Night Shift option under the Display & Brightness settings. Night Shift allows you to enable your iPhone to automatically adjust the colours in your display based the night and day.
Night Shift moves the colour spectrum from more of a blue towards warmer yellow. You can enable it at any time but what’s really nice is that you can schedule it as well. There’s a default that shifts from sunset to sunrise, but you can also set your own custom schedule if you prefer.
For now, the Sierra 10.12.4 beta is only available to developers, but Apple will soon make this (and iOS 10.3 beta) available to the public.