Energy Saver (LPM) reduces the battery drain on your iPhone by disabling background update and auto download and locking the screen after 30 seconds. While it is intended for temporary use only, if you are struggling with battery life, you may want to enable LPM permanently.
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Step 1: Create a Personal Automation in Links
First, open the Links app and tap the Automation tab at the bottom of the screen. Now you have to select a trigger: In this case we want the "Low Power Mode". On the next page, tap "Is Off". This means that the trigger for your personal automation is turning off LPM. Click on Continue".
Now you need an action that runs automatically when the trigger condition is met. Tap Add Action and enter Energy Saving Mode in the search bar that appears. Then select "Set Energy Saver Mode" from the results. The action is automatically set to "On", so you do not have to change it. When finished, click "Next".
Your new personal automation is almost complete, but we want to fully automate it. To do this, you must disable "Ask before running". In this way, you do not have to manually confirm if the trigger condition is met (ie, if LPM is off) for the action to be executed. Instead, it will happen in the background. If you turn off "Ask before running", you also need to tap "Do not ask". To complete the link, click Done in the top right corner.
Now that your new Personal Automation link is ready, it's time to test it. If you look closely, Personal Automation works like this: When the Energy Saver mode is turned off, it automatically turns on again.
Simple, right? Turn the power saving mode on and off to test (this is easily done through the Control Center). If the link works, the sleep mode will be automatically re-enabled. This is indicated by a notification from the shortcut app (GIF below).
You may not want to turn personal automation on in Energy Saver mode Your device will run indefinitely, so you can either disable or delete it.
Disable the link. On the Automation tab of the Shortcuts app, tap on this option and uncheck "Enable this automation".
Alternatively, you can permanently delete the shortcut. To do this, in the Automation tab, swipe left and tap "Delete."
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