Apple acquires technology that uses facial recognition to read your emotions
“Many studies have shown that exposure to bright blue light in the evening can affect your circadian rhythms and make it harder to fall asleep,” says Apple's webpage which talks about this feature.
While iOS 9.3 will turn off blue light emitting from your gadget's display after sunset, it will turn the light on after sunrise in a way that you won't be able to feel the difference in your gadget's display. This feature will work probably the same way as Ambient light settings in Android phones.
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As per reports, Apple has already handed over the feature to developers for testing and refining along with other features that will launch with iOS 9.3. The Cupertino giant is slated to launch iOS 9.3 in the coming weeks.
Recently, Apple purchased Emotient, a company running popular facial recognition technology to read people's emotions whether they are happy, sad, surprised or delirious. If Apple brings in this technology along with iOS 9.3 as well, then your iPhone or iPad will be able to read your eyes and gauge if they're confortable with the light emitting from their displays.
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