You're using your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus and all of a sudden you realize, “Hey, my iPhone battery is yellow!” This is just one of the many things that happens when Low Power Mode is turned on. In this article, I'll answer the question: what is Low Power Mode on an iPhone 7 and 7 Plus?
What Is Low Power Mode On An iPhone 7 and 7 Plus?
Introduced with the release of iOS 9, Low Power Mode is designed to extend the battery life of your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus long enough so you can get to a charger. Your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus saves battery life by turning off or limiting Siri's functionality, visual effects on your iPhone, automatic app downloads or updates, and mail fetching.
You'll also notice that the battery icon in the upper right-hand corner of your iPhone's display turns yellow when there's less than 80% battery life.
How Do I Turn On Low Power Mode On An iPhone 7 Or 7 Plus?
Any time your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus's battery dips to below 20%, you'll receive an alert which gives you the option to turn Low Power Mode. However, you can also turn on Low Power Mode at any time in the Settings app.
- Open the Settings app.
- Tap Battery.
- Tap the switch next to Low Power Mode. You'll know that Low Power Mode is on when the switch is green and positioned to the right.
- When Low Power Mode is on, Battery Percentage turns on automatically.
Low Power Mode On An iPhone: Explained!
I hope this article shed some light on what Low Power Mode is on an iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. I encourage you to share this article on social media with your friends and family to keep them in the loop and help them extend their iPhone's battery life. Thanks for reading, and feel free to leave me a comment down below if you have any other iPhone-related questions!