There are a couple of reasons why you may want your iPhone to notify you once it is fully charged. For one, you don’t want to overcharge your new, expensive phone due to the fear of damaging its battery.
You may also want to get notified that your phone is at 100%, so you can finally leave home. But whatever your reason might be, today we’ll show you how you can enable full charge notification on your iPhone or iPad.
For this to work, we’ll be using an app called Shortcuts. It comes pre-installed on almost all iPhones. If it’s built-in, you can easily download it from the Apple App Store. Without further ado, let’s begin.
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How to get notification when my iPhone is 100% charged?
Step 1: Open the Shortcuts app.
Step 2: Tap “Automation”.
Step 3: Tap “Create Personal Automation”.
Step 4: Now, what you want to do is set the trigger for the notification. To do so, scroll down and tap “Battery Level”.
Step 5: Set the slider to 100% then choose “Equals 100%”.
Step 6: Tap “Add Action”.
Step 7: There are tons of options in here. To make it easier, use the search bar on top and type “Speak” then tap “Speak Text”.
Step 8: In the text bar, you can type “Your iPhone is fully charged.” or whatever custom notification you want to receive. The spoken notification will use Siri’s voice. Click Next.
Step 9: Disable “Ask Before Running,” so it runs automatically. Finally, tap Done and that’s it.
Take note that this tutorial also works if you want to get a notification for a fully charged iPad.
That’s the step-by-step guide on how you can receive notifications when your iPhone has been fully charged. Do you have any questions? Let us know in the comments.