For pro-users, battery life on iPhone and iPad has always been a greater concern. They tend to upgrade to the latest iOS the moment Apple releases any new update. And when the update is for developers, there is always some room for improvement.
In between, there is a lot of issues developers face; battery is one of the major problems for them. So what is a quick fix for such an issue? At this, you can use Siri to give your iPhone/iPad command to quickly enable low power mode on the device.
If you manually enable low power mode on iPhone, it will certainly take some time, and therefore, Siri comes handy to execute a single command to quickly enable low power mode on your iPhone.
Please note that iPad doesn’t have facility to enable low power mode; however, with the help of Siri, you can fire up low power mode. Also note that 3D Touch feature doesn’t allow you to enable low power mode on your iPad.
How to Enable Low Power Mode on iPhone/iPad Using Siri
There are two commands you can give to Siri: just say “Hey Siri, turn on/off low power mode.”
Siri will enable low power mode on your iPhone and iPad. Alternatively, you can just say, “turn on/off low power mode”. Siri is intelligent enough to understand your commands.
You can use 3D Touch feature to enable low power mode on iPhone; remember that 3D Touch will not help you to enable low power mode on iPad.
How to Activate Low Power Mode on iPhone in iOS 9.3 Using 3D Touch
Note: This works only on iOS 9.3 enabled iPhone.
Step #1. Hard press Settings app on the home screen of iPhone.
Step #2. Tap on Battery option from the menu popped up on home screen.
Step #3. Toggle Low Power Mode option ON.
This will activate Low Power Mode and you can save battery life on your iPhone.