Apple has just released the beta version of its upcoming macOS Sierra 10.12.4 which comes several new features including Night Shift. Night Shift feature allow users to manually or set a schedule to have their display colors slowly shift hues over time, displaying less blue light as night approaches. The Night Shift feature first came first time to iOS 9.3. The release of macOS 10.12.4 brings this feature to the macOS. This brief post will show you how to enable Night Shift macOS Sierra 10.12.4.
To enable this feature, go to System Preferences > Displays. Inside the Displays setting, select Night Shift tab.
You can manually turn it on or set a schedule such as from Sunset to Sunrise. You can also set the Color Temperature less or more to meet your preferences.
If you want to manually enable Night Shift, the quickest way is via Notification Center in the top right corner. You can turn it ON or OFF quickly this way.
That is the methods how to enable Night Shift in macOS Sierra 10.12.4. I hope this brief article is helpful.