15 handy new iOS 10 tips and tricks to try out

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Our mobile devices have been eating into our shuteye, but Apple has recently included a couple of ways to help us get a proper night’s rest in iOS 10. For starters, the Clock app is much darker now, so it won’t hurt your eyes. There’s also a new Bedtime tab at the bottom which hooks up with the Health app to monitor your sleep. You can tell it how many hours you want to sleep, and it even has a Bedtime Reminder option, so you can have your iOS device tell you when it’s time for bed.

You can also use Night Shift to filter out blue light near bedtime, so that using your iOS device doesn’t wake you up as much. Night Shift actually popped up in iOS 9.3, and you can turn it on via Settings > Display & brightness > Night Shift.

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