Automations for iPhone with which to control and manage the battery

Automations for iPhone with which to control and manage the battery

We are going to help you configure your device to have more control over the battery. Thanks to 5 automations for iPhone, you will be able to control the autonomy of your mobile.

Automations for iPhone with which to control and manage the battery

Control your battery with these iPhone automations

Many people don’t use the native app Shortcuts by ignorance. It is one of the great and powerful functions that we have in our iPhone Y iPad and they allow us to make countless configurations that can help us to be much more productive and get the most out of our devices.

Some time ago we shared with you an automation that allowed us unlock the iPhone without removing the mask or gloves. It was a good example of what can be done with Shortcuts.

Today we are going to share with you 5 automations that will help us to have better control and management of the battery of our devices. Although we focus it to iPhone we have to say that it can also be applied to iPad.

Monitor and manage your battery with these iPhone automations:

In the following video we explain how to configure them. It is very simple and you do not have to have basic notions of anything to execute them, just follow the steps:

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Below we show you the 5 automation that we have explained in the video. Pressing on the minute, they should take you to that specific moment. If not, skip ahead to that minute in the video to see how the automation works.

  • Activate low consumption when reaching a certain battery percentage -> Minute 1:03
  • Battery warning at a certain battery percentage -> Minute 2:16
  • Notification when the iPhone is charged to a certain battery percentage -> Minute 5:20
  • Remove low power when putting iPhone to charge -> Minute 6:44
  • Total saving mode when reaching a certain battery percentage -> Minute 7:55

With these automations we will have total control over the iPhone battery.

If you want to put a custom sound in any of the automations that generate a sound when executed, we recommend you read our tutorial on How to customize a sound in the iOS Shortcuts app (available soon).

Without further ado and hoping that you have found this tutorial interesting, we will soon invite you to more news, apps, tricks … to get the most out of your devices. Manzana.

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