Apple announced iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey earlier this week at WWDC 2021, but we’re still discovering new features. That the company didn’t mention during the event. This year, iPad and Mac users will get Low Power Mode to save battery life. just like in iPhone
Low Power Mode was introduced on iPhones running iOS 9 to reduce device power consumption to extend battery life. It will automatically reduce the screen brightness slightly. Disable background updates and turn off some visual effects
Users can enable this option whenever they want. And it prompts users to turn it on when the battery level is below 20%. With iOS 14.0 beta 1. Last year, Apple first enabled Low Power Mode on the iPad, but then the feature was removed. In beta 2 and never returned until now.
Both iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey bring Low Power Mode to iPad and Mac as an official new feature. So users of these devices can save battery quickly by enabling this option.
Low Power Mode on iPad
To enable Low Power Mode on iPad models with iPadOS 15, the process is exactly the same as on iPhones. All you have to do is go to the Settings app. Tap the battery menu. Then enable the low power mode option.
You can also add a low power mode toggle in the Control Center for easy access. Or even ask Siri to turn on this option on your iPad when you turn on Low Power Mode. The battery level indicator turns yellow instead of white.
Low Power Mode on Mac
The process for enabling Low Power Mode on a Mac running macOS Monterey is slightly different than on an iPhone and iPad. First, open the System Preferences app and click on the Battery option, then click on the Battery menu in the right panel and enable it. low power mode option
Interestingly, on a Mac you can choose whether to enable it only when using an unplugged or plugged MacBook by going to the Power Adapter menu.
At least in macOS Monterey beta 1, there’s no shortcut to enable Low Power Mode on a Mac, not even an indicator showing it’s enabled.
iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey are currently open to developers as beta. While the public beta will be released in July. Both updates will roll out to all users this fall.
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