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F.lux application developers to protect the eyes are sending an open letter to Apple
Send organizers of the application development F.lux, a specialist in protecting the eyes from radiation released from computers and smart devices screens, an open letter to the company Apple to demand the return of the application of the new shop App Store App Store.
According to this discourse after launched Apple’s beta version of the system iOS 9.3, which included Night Shift feature to limit the bright screen of light in the evening to protect the eyes of users, but before it has removed the application F.lux which does the same job applications store, claiming it violates the policy of use App Store shop.
Said Michael Herf, one of the founders of the application, it is estimated Apple’s efforts first and its move in order to protect users from the dangers caused by the use of smart devices before going to sleep, but he stressed that F.lux has a long history in this area extends to seven years the company has cooperated with many scientific institutions Medical and in order to reach the best possible results.
He called Michael company Apple to re-application of a new giving users more choice on the grounds that iOS 9.3 will include this option by default, as suggested by Apple to provide interfaces software API to feature Night Shift to provide more effective solutions and consume less of the resources of the machine.
And it succeeded in applying F.lux won more than 200 thousand visit after 24 hours of its launch in the App Store shop, especially as it has a large segment of users on the computer, but Apple and suddenly had to remove it from the store without fully explain why.
And works Night Shift feature and application F.lux same principle almost, where the user location and local time analysis to control the degree of lighting and change the color of bright light from the screen through the orange-colored layer, as are the study of the daily uses and the timing of sleep to enhance the color class before going to sleep to make eyes damaged with the passage of time.Viewing:-173
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