iPhones are an amazing piece of technology, but it can be frustrating when your battery life starts to deplete quickly. Fortunately, there is a way to put your phone in “Low Power Mode” that will help preserve your battery. This mode automatically turns off certain features and activities, like background app refresh, automatic downloads, and some visual effects. In this blog post, we’ll discuss why it is necessary to use Low Power Mode and how you can automate the process so you don’t have to remember to manually turn it on each time.
Why Use Low Power Mode?
The main reason why you should use Low Power Mode is that it helps extend the life of your battery. By turning off certain features on your phone, you can ensure that the battery won’t drain as quickly as it would if everything was running at full power. Additionally, using Low Power Mode can help save data usage since some apps won't be able to access or download information from the internet while Low Power Mode is active.
How to Automate Low Power Mode
You can easily automate the process of enabling Low Power Mode on your iPhone by setting a custom trigger level for when it should activate. To do this, open up Settings > Battery > Battery Health > scroll down until you see “Low Power Mode Trigger Level” and set it anywhere between 20-80%. This will tell your iPhone to automatically enable Low Power Mode when the remaining battery power reaches that level. Once enabled, certain features will be turned off until you manually disable the mode or recharge your phone back up above 80%.
To conclude, enabling low power mode on your iPhone is an easy way to extend the life of your battery and reduce data usage. You can automate the process by setting a custom trigger level between 20-80% so that whenever your remaining battery reaches that level, low power mode will be enabled automatically.