How to fix an iPhone with a yellow battery
Have you ever noticed that the battery on your iPhone with a yellow battery? There is a cause for this as well as a simple solution. This article explains the cause of your iPhone battery’s yellow display and offers solutions.
When their iPhone battery turns yellow, many people wonder if there is a problem with their iPhone or with their iPhone. When you notice a yellow battery indicator like the one in the image above, you shouldn’t be concerned.
Why has the battery indicator on my iPhone turned yellow?
Your iPhone’s battery indicator is yellow because it is in low power mode, which can be utilized when you need more power from your smartphone but don’t want to drain the battery completely.
You have the choice to switch to low power mode when the battery life on your iPhone falls below 20%. People may activate this mode unknowingly and then wonder why their device’s battery indicator has turned yellow.
How do I get my iPhone battery back to its normal color?
It’s simple to fix; simply disable low power mode and switch back to normal battery mode to get rid of the yellow battery on your device.
Your device can be set to return to standard battery mode by going to Settings and turning the low power mode toggle off. See the image below for an example.
What is low power mode and when should I use it?
When the battery on your iPhone is becoming low, you may utilize the low power mode, which is a useful mode. Several features on your smartphone will be disabled when you enter low power mode to save battery life.
Low power mode lowers the battery consumption of functions including background app refresh, email fetch, automated downloads, and temporary pauses of iCloud photographs, as well as some of the visual effects on your iPhone.
On Apple’s website, you can learn more about how to use Low Power Mode on your iPhone and how it might benefit you when your battery is running low.
We hope this explains the cause of your iPhone’s battery changing colour as well as how to restore it to its original shade. In order to use the Low Power Mode on your iPhone when you need a little additional power, we also hope that you will find the information about it to be helpful.