Are you worried that leaving your iPhone charged for a long time will affect battery life?While the device will notify you when the battery drops below 20% and 10%, there's no way to know when the battery is fully charged without checking manually.
However, having to constantly check to see if your iPhone is fully charged can be inconvenient.The good news is that with the built-in Shortcuts app, you can set a custom reminder to trigger when your iPhone is fully charged.We'll show you how this works.
Step 1: Create Personal Shortcuts Automation
To create custom reminders on iPhone, you first need to create a personal shortcut automation using the built-in Shortcuts app.Follow the steps below:
1. Open the "Shortcuts" app and tap "Automate" at the bottom.
2. Tap the plus (+) icon in the upper right corner of the screen to create a new automation.
3. Select the Create Personal Automation option.
4. Scroll down and tap Battery Level.
Step 2: Set Auto Battery Control to 100%
After you select "Battery Level," you'll see a slider and options that you can use to decide when you'll get notifications.To set a notification when your phone is fully charged, tap and move the slider to the right of the screen until it shows 100%.
Select "equal to 100%"; this means that an automatic notification will be triggered when the phone's battery reaches 100%.
Step 3: Set up shortcuts
Once you've selected your battery level automation, the next step is to select a shortcut for your automation.You can choose from several options, including sending messages, opening apps, and playing music.
To see all available actions, click Add Action.We recommend that you choose Audio Actions because you can hear alerts even when you're not on your device.When you're done customizing, click Next in the upper-right corner of the screen.
You can now preview the selected custom action, confirm that everything works, and disable the "Ask before running" option at the bottom of the screen.This way, the operation starts without any further approval.
When you try to disable the option, a popup will appear; select "Don't ask".There will be a new option at the bottom of the screen, "Notifications run," enable that option if you want to be notified when an action runs.Then, click Finish creating in the upper right corner of the screen.
Avoid leaving your iPhone plugged in all the time
You may have heard that overcharging can shorten the battery life of your device.Charging your iPhone for extended periods of time generates heat, which can degrade the battery over time.
With custom alerts like this one, though, you'll be notified when your iPhone is fully charged.This way, you can prevent overcharging and extend your iPhone's battery life.
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