iOS: Night Shift mode is probably everyone's favourite new feature in iOS 9.3, but for some reason, you can't have it enabled at the same time as Low Power Mode. This is pretty odd considering your phone's most likely to be dead around bed time. Good news though, Siri can still turn it on. When you're in Low Power Mode, Night Shift mode is blocked off and you can't enable it from the settings or from Control Center. However, if you turn on Siri and say, "Enable Night Shift", it will bypass that weird requirement and turn it on. Now you can browse to the warm orange glow of Night Shift while still reducing power consumption.
Use Night Shift Mode And Low Power Mode On iOS At The Same Time With Siri's Help
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