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How To Enable Low Power Mode On Your iOS Device Using Siri

All iOS devices are known for awesome design, great quality and tons of interesting features. We can’t forget to mention Siri, the intelligent virtual assistant that can do so much for you. When Apple introduced iOS 9, they gave their best to give the iPhone and iPad owners the best experience when they use their devices. Now you can talk to Siri hands-free just by saying “Hey Siri” followed by a command or question. It’s super simple and fun! With iOS 9, one more feature was introduced and that is low power mode. By enabling this feature, you can make the battery on your iPhone or iPad last longer. We already explained how you can enable Low power mode on your iOS device through settings, but, you can also use the intelligent virtual assistant to activate this option. Let’s see how to enable low power mode on your iOS device using Siri.

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How to enable low power mode on your iOS device using Siri

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To use Low power mode, you need to install iOS 9 on your iPhone or iPad if you already haven’t. Here is the guide: How To Update iOS On iPhone, iPad, And iPod Touch.

In order to enable low power mode using Siri, you need to enable “Hey Siri” first. If you haven’t already did that, just read the guide: How to enable “Hey Siri” in iOS 9.

The last step, which is also the simplest one is to say: “Hey Siri, turn on low power mode”. Your virtual intelligent assistant will enable this mode.

When you want to disable the feature, just say: “Hey Siri, turn off low power mode.”

 

That is how simple this is! So, it is a lot easier to enable/disable low power mode using Siri than going through settings.

 

 

 

 

 

Image Source: news.softpedia.com

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