The new Low Power Mode in iOS 9 can seriously improve your iPhone battery life when you need more power.
Instead of the extra hour you get when iPhone asks you to turn on the new iOS 9 feature, you can manually turn on iOS 9 Low Power Mode on your iPhone to add a few hours to your iPhone battery life. We will also show you how to turn on Low Power Mode with Siri.
If you constantly need Low Power Mode in iOS 9 throughout the day, you may want to consider fixing your bad iOS 9 battery life or investing in an iPhone battery case that can boost your power.
[contextly_sidebar id=”JNIoddchToZPhE9WdxhatJWsgyFsOrVx”]Low Power Mode is a new iOS 9 feature that reduces battery draining features so you don’t have to charge your iPhone right away. Turning on Low Power Mode turns off the following items;
The combination of these changes can add up to an hour of battery life from the 20% mark or accordingly testsit should make a full iPhone battery last 1.43 times longer, potentially adding an additional 4-6 hours of iPhone battery life.
The new iPhone battery booster tool in iOS 9 works on iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. There is currently no Low Power Mode for iPad.
We will show you how to manually turn on iOS 9 Low Power Mode on iPhone to get better iPhone battery life in iOS 9.
How To Turn On Low Power Mode In iOS 9
There’s no Control Center shortcut for Low Power Mode in iOS 9, as Apple basically sees it as a tool to turn on at the end of the day when you need a little more power from your iPhone.
You can manually turn on Low Power Mode at any time; this can significantly increase your iPhone battery life.
There are two ways to turn on Low Power Mode in iOS 9. Press and hold your home button and press . Siri will turn this on for you and show a toggle on the screen. Simply say it and Siri will turn it off for you.
The second way to do this is to go to Settings, where you can manually control Low Power Mode. There are no options or individual settings to choose and turn it on or off, only a switch.
The first few times you open this, you may see a popup explaining the changes, but you won’t see it every time you use it.
“How do I know if Low Power Mode is on?” It’s a question we hear often. The simple way is to look at the iPhone battery icon in the upper right. You will see a yellow battery icon when iOS 9 Low Power Mode is on.