Your iPhone can now run Night Shift and Low Power mode at the same time

The latest iOS update finally allows you to conserve a dying phone's battery while also reducing the blue light that makes falling asleep harder.

If your iPhone's dying battery doesn't stop you from checking it at night, you're going to love the latest iOS update.

MacRumors reports that (although it's not listed in the update notes) iOS 9.3.2, supports simultaneous use of Night Shift and Low Power Mode. Beta versions of iOS 9.3 allowed for both features to be used at the same time, however they were removed in later versions.

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Night Shift reduces the amount of blue light the screen emits, making it easier for you to fall asleep at night, while Low Power Mode extends your battery life by reducing the amount of power your iPhone uses.

The update also includes fixes for bugs that cause dictionary definition failure and Bluetooth audio issues when paired with the iPhone SE.

Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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