A yellow iPhone battery means your iPhone is in Low Power Mode. To turn off Low Power Mode, go to Settings > Battery and turn off Low Power Mode. The mode will also automatically turn off once your iPhone’s charge level is above 80% of the battery charge.
Wondering why your iPhone battery icon is yellow? Don’t worry – the yellow battery icon is nothing to worry about. Here, we delve into what the code means and how you can fix it.
Why is my battery icon yellow?
A white battery icon means your iPhone is in “Standard” power mode and red indicates that the battery is less than 20%. But, when your iPhone battery is yellow, it means that you (somehow) have enabled Low Power Mode, which is designed to preserve as much battery life as possible.
More importantly, this does not necessarily indicate a problem with your battery. The “solution” is not to replace the battery of your device or do more in-depth troubleshooting. It’s simply an indicator that you’re using Apple’s battery saver mode.
Of course, if you are worried about your device’s battery life, you can always Check the health of your iPhone battery under settings.
How to disable Low Power Mode on iPhone
Are you ready to send us the yellow battery icon pack for your iPhone? Fortunately, Low Power Mode will automatically turn off when your iPhone gets above 80% battery charge. However, you can also disable Low Power Mode by going to Settings > Battery and turning off Low Power Mode.
You can also add a file Low power mode shortcut To Control Center by going to Settings > Control Center and clicking on the “+” icon next to Low Power Mode. Next, simply swipe down from the top right of the screen to access Low Power Mode.
What does low power mode do?
When Low Power Mode is enabled, your iPhone will go into power saving mode. The auto-lock delay is reduced to 30 seconds, screen brightness is reduced, and the refresh rate on ProMotion models is limited to 60 Hz.
Additionally, some visual effects are reduced, 5G is disabled on some models, and background processes such as email fetching, background app refresh, iCloud photos, automatic app downloads and iOS updates are paused.
Perhaps the most obvious effect is to reduce the auto-lock delay. This setting means that the screen will lock after 30 seconds of inactivity. Since the screen drains battery life significantly, reducing screen time as much as possible goes a long way towards improving battery life.
Use shortcuts to automate Low Power Mode
If you love the idea of saving battery life but don’t want the hassle of manually disabling or enabling it, I’ve got it working with Shortcuts.
To do this, launch the Shortcuts app and tap on the “Automate” tab. Next, click on the “Create Personal Automation” button that appears.
Choose “Battery Level” as the trigger, then drag the slider to the battery level at which you want to turn on Low Power Mode. Under it, be sure to check “Located under X%” (where X% is the value you chose above).
On the next screen, tap Add Action, then add Set Low Power Mode and make sure On is selected.
Finally, click Next, then disable Ask Before Playing by turning off the option. Tap Done to save your automation.
You can also automate a Low Power Mode crash when “battery rises above X%” using similar steps or stick to the default iOS behavior that disables the setting when 80% charged.
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