How to set a “low battery” or “battery full” audible notification on iPhone

This step-by-step guide will teach you how to set a battery notification sound on iPhone when it is almost empty or fully charged.

For many years, Android phones have offered low battery and full battery audible alerts. This is not the case in Great iPhone, anyway. iOS simply doesn’t notify you when your battery is full. Similarly, the low battery alert is a silent popup that you will only see if your phone is unlocked or not. However, the good news is that you can create your own battery notifications on iPhone, thanks to the Apple Shortcuts app. Here’s how.

How to set a battery notification sound on iPhone

How to set a battery notification sound on iPhone

  1. Run a file abbreviations app on your iPhone.
  2. Click on Automation tab in the bottom navigation bar.
  3. handle Create personal automation.
  4. Scroll through the list and tap battery level.
  5. This is where you have to decide if you want it to be a low or full battery notification. You can adjust the slider accordingly.
  6. For a full battery notification, drag the slider to the far right and select equals 100% in the list below.
  7. For low battery notification, drag the slider to the left until it shows the desired percentage, such as 20%. Choose less than 20% from the list below.
  8. click Next in the upper right corner.
  9. Tap the search bar at the bottom of the screen.
  10. searching for notice.
  11. Choose Show notification from the list.
  12. Click on the arrow icon next to Hello World to expand it.
  13. Writes Battery alert In the nickname area. Obviously you can customize any other name you want, but I prefer to be descriptive with my titles.
  14. make sure that Audio playback The option has been switched.
  15. Choose Hello Worlddelete it and write Your battery is low. or Your battery has been fully charged. – depending on the automation you’re building. You can also change the text to anything else you want.
  16. Click Next in the upper right corner after that.
  17. turns off Ask before you run Confirm when prompted. Otherwise, the feature won’t work, because it will prompt you with an inaudible notification asking for manual permission to run the automation, ruining the entire purpose.
  18. click Finished in the upper right corner.
  19. there he is! Now, when your phone battery is low/full, you will get an audible notification.
  20. You can create two mechanisms for each low/full battery condition. Just follow the same steps and adjust your second automation accordingly.

Personally, I don’t use any automation to wake up the battery because I don’t care when my iPhone is fully charged, and I rarely let the battery level drop below 20%. However, having the option to create these automations is a welcome addition from Apple. It just reflects how powerful the Shortcuts app is and how it can, to some extent, customize the experience on iOS.

Will you use Shortcuts Automations to get battery notifications on your iPhone? Let us know in the comments section below.

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