Check out how to set your iPhone to automatically play music every morning, evening, or at any other set time. You can even take things further and have your iPhone play the song on your HomePod. And all this will happen without you moving a muscle!
iOS 16 brings more than a dozen new scripting actions for Apple's Shortcuts app for Apple Books, getting and switching your lock screen wallpapers and more.
Just like you can force your iPhone to always stay in Low Power Mode, you can also set it to never enter Low Power Mode.
When your iPhone battery falls to 20%, you see a popup asking if you would like to turn on Low Power Mode. But what if you don't want to wait for it to reach that low before being asked to enable the power-saving mode?
Sure, you can manually switch on Low Power Mode anytime you like using one of these three methods. Or, you can automate this task and have your iPhone automatically enter Low Power Mode at the battery percentage of your choosing.
For example, if you want your iPhone to activate Low Power Mode when the battery falls below 40%, 50%, or any other level, you can easily do that.
Have you ever wished your favorite songs automatically started playing when you turn off your alarm in the morning? If yes, it's your lucky day as we show you how to do that on your iPhone or iPad. And in case you never thought of doing this, you can try it out.
Did you know that you can use a simple iOS automation to force your iPhone to always stay in Low Power Mode? Even if you turn it off, it will instantly turn back on.
In this tutorial, we tell you more about it and how to keep your iPhone permanently in Low Power Mode.
Looking at the same wallpaper every day can be boring for some. If you feel the same, you can spice things up by having your iPhone automatically change the Home Screen and Lock Screen wallpaper daily.
Plus, you can customize it to auto-change the wallpaper when you plug or unplug the charger or put the device in Airplane Mode and many other such conditions. Here's how.
I have a habit of falling asleep while listening to old music on Spotify. The problem is that I don't want the music to play all night long. That's why I've been using a sleep timer to make sure Spotify automatically stops playing after a set time. This brief tutorial will show you three ways to add a sleep timer to Spotify on iPhone and iPad.
Learn how to execute personal iOS automations in Apple's Shortcuts app on your iPhone and iPad completely silently, without ever seeing the annoying notification banner.
Knowing when your iPhone or iPad has been fully charged can be helpful, depending on the circumstances. Maybe you're waiting for your iPhone to reach 100% of battery before leaving home. Or maybe you just don't like to keep your device plugged in once the battery has been fully charged. Whatever your reason may be, there is a way to be alerted the minute your iPhone or iPad has reached a full charge.
Using the Shortcuts app, we will create a personal automation that will run when the battery level reaches 100%. At that time, we will have different options as to how we want to be alerted.
You don't need to spend big money on a brand new garage door opener in order to be able to control it with HomeKit and/or Siri. Indeed, you can simply use an add-on accessory that will bring HomeKit support to virtually any garage door opener, letting you control it using Siri or the Home app on your iPad, iPhone, or Apple Watch.
I personally upgraded my garage door opener with such an accessory a few weeks ago, and in about 30 minutes, I was all set. Now this is not a hack. This is not a workaround. This is real HomeKit support, and all it requires is the meross Smart Garage Door Opener Remote, a $49 accessory you can find on Amazon.