How to Customize iPhone Low Power Mode at Any Battery Percentage


Low Power Mode is a useful feature on the iPhone that can help to extend battery life when you’re running low. By default, Low Power Mode is activated when your battery level reaches 20%, but you can customize this setting to activate at any battery percentage you want.

Step 1: Open the Settings App

To customize the Low Power Mode setting, open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Step 2: Tap on "Battery"

In the Settings app, tap on the "Battery" option.

Step 3: Tap on "Low Power Mode"

On the Battery page, tap on the "Low Power Mode" option.

Step 4: Tap on "Low Power Mode Activation"

On the Low Power Mode page, tap on the "Low Power Mode Activation" option.

Step 5: Select the Desired Battery Percentage

On the Low Power Mode Activation page, you will see a slider that allows you to select the battery percentage at which you want Low Power Mode to activate. You can choose any battery percentage between 10% and 90%.

Step 6: Tap on "Set"

Once you have selected the desired battery percentage, tap on the "Set" button.

Step 7: Exit the Settings App

Once you have customized the Low Power Mode setting, you can exit the Settings app.

Additional Tips

Here are some additional tips for customizing Low Power Mode:

  • If you want to disable Low Power Mode, simply toggle the switch at the top of the Low Power Mode page to the "Off" position.
  • You can also use the Control Center to quickly turn Low Power Mode on or off. Just swipe up from the bottom of the screen and tap on the battery icon.
  • If you’re not sure what battery percentage to set Low Power Mode to activate, consider your typical usage patterns. If you often find yourself running low on battery before the end of the day, you may want to set Low Power Mode to activate at a higher battery percentage.
  • If you’re using a lot of power-intensive apps, such as games or video streaming, you may want to set Low Power Mode to activate at a lower battery percentage.