iOS advises that you turn off the iPhone's battery saving mode if the battery level drops below 20 percent. But did you know that you may also use this feature as a full battery if you must live without a power outlet for some time! In this short tutorial, we'll demonstrate how to use this useful tip.
I've been out many times while without knowing where to find the next power outlet in my iPhone 13 mini review. I've already discovered that it's best to recharge the mini-iPhone within 24 hours. Despite having a powerbank in my backpack, I wanted to make the most of my phone's battery life. This is where the iPhone's battery saving mode comes in.
After a quick search in iOS, I discovered a couple of methods that I'd like to share with you today: nothing!
In your settings, enable iPhone power saving mode.
In my opinion, the first method is the more cumbersome. This is because you must go into your iPhone's settings and enable the Low Power Mode slider in the "Battery" tab. The exact steps are as follows:
The operating system of Apple is quite straightforward enough that you would have likely discovered the Low Power Mode yourself. However, there is a technique that makes it a bit easier to use this mode.
Move Low Power Mode to the control center
The iPhone SE 2022 has a control center that you can access by tapping down to the left of the screen. By default, you will not see the Low Power Mode in the control center, but you may enable it there.
When you look at the battery indicator, you only need a swipe and a tap with your finger to activate the function. It makes accessing this mode much more efficient and effortless.
That's all there is to it! Was this (surprisingly) internet tip helpful to you? If not, what is your iPhone secret tip that nobody else knows? Let me know in the comments!