No matter how advanced iPhones get, there’s still one department where some iPhones lag behind their Android counterparts — the battery.
While there are tons of ways you can do to save your battery life, you’d still get that annoying battery low pop-up on your iPhone at least once a day.
That’s what we’re here to talk about, that annoying pop-up that asks you to enable Low Power Mode to save battery once you reach 20%.
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It doesn’t care if you’re playing a crucial game, recording a long video, or leaving your phone on while doing a task. Once it reaches 20%, it will disrupt anything to let you know that you have to watch out for your remaining battery.
What you didn’t know is that you can actually disable this pesky pop-up. How does it work?
Essentially, what you’re gonna do is to make your iPhone automatically enter Low Power Mode on designated instances so it wouldn’t have to ask you to. Here’s how.
How to automatically turn on low power mode on iPhone
Step 1: Again, this works by making your phone automatically enter low power mode so it doesn’t give you that pop-up.
So, for step one, go to the Shortcuts app on your iPhone. If it’s not on your phone or you’ve already deleted it, you can easily download it on the App Store.
Step 2: Open the app and tap Automation at the bottom of the screen.
Step 3: What we’re gonna do here is to add an automation. If you already have created one for different tasks, simply click the plus icon on the top right corner.
But if you don’t have any automation save, like on the screenshot below, tap Create Personal Automation.
Step 4: Scroll down and tap Battery Level. Don’t tap Lower Power Mode as we actually want the automation to happen before it reaches 20%.
Step 5: Slide the level to 30% and choose Equals 30%. Then, click Next.
Step 6: On the search tab, type “Set low power mode” and tap it.
Step 7: You’d be shown a preview of your new automation. Tap Next.
Step 8: Tap the check box on “Ask Before Running” to turn it off. On the pop-up, choose “Don’t Ask”. Then, tap Done on the top right.
That’s it. Say goodbye to the pesky pop-up alert as your device will now automatically enable Low Power Mode.