People are realizing how easy an iPhone hack can give you much better battery life

YOUR iPhone has a clever trick that can massively increase your battery life.

If you’re constantly in the red, it’s time to up your battery game.

The power saving mode can be a lifesaver when you run out of charge


The power saving mode can be a lifesaver when you run out of chargeCredit: apple

One of the best tricks for this is called Low Power Mode, a little-known iPhone feature.

In fact, battery saver mode was added back in iOS 9 – back in 2015!

But many users still have no idea that the clever iPhone hack exists.

It turns off a number of features to give you much better battery life.

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You can comfortably work through a day in low power mode if you keep it active.

How does it work?

First, you’ll be offered sleep mode when you drop to 20% (and then 10%) charge.

You can of course decline it, but it might juice you up in a sticky situation.

However, it is also possible to switch on manually even if you are 100% charged.

Just go to Settings > Battery and then turn on the power saving mode.

You can also ask Siri to turn it on with a voice command.

Of course, Low Power Mode doesn’t come without its downsides.

Several features will be disabled while power saving mode is enabled.

And this list may change depending on your iPhone model.

“When Low Power Mode is on, your iPhone or iPad will last longer before you need to charge it,” Apple explained.

“But some features may take longer to update or complete.

“Also, some tasks may not work until you disable sleep mode or charge your iPhone or iPad to 80% or more.”

Here’s the full list, according to Apple:

  • 5G (except for video streaming) on ​​iPhone 12 models
  • Automatic lock (30 seconds by default)
  • screen brightness
  • Display refresh rate (limited to 60 Hz) on iPhone and iPad models with ProMotion displays
  • Some visual effects
  • iCloud Photos (Temporarily Paused)
  • Automatic Downloads
  • email retrieval
  • Update background app

You can tell you’re in sleep mode when the battery status bar turns amber.

But once you charge your iPhone and it goes above 80%, the feature will be disabled automatically.

If you want quick access to the feature, you can add it to Control Center.

Go to Settings > Control Center > Customize controls, then select Power saver.

This allows you to quickly swipe into Control Center and enable or disable battery saver mode with a tap.

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