How to add Low Power Mode (and other handy things) to iOS Control Center

The Control Center on your iPhone or iPad comes with a lot of preset icons so you can quickly open the camera application, toggle Do not disturb and do many other tricks. But you can also customize it, adding your choice of one-touch shortcuts. You can even set the order of the icons.

Today we will see how to add the Low Energy Mode and see the other options available.

Add the Low Power Mode to the Control Center

Control Center is available from anywhere, on iPhone and iPad. Simply swipe down from the upper right corner of the screen (on devices with a Start button, swipe up from the bottom of the screen), and there it is. The upper sections of the Control Center contain a standard set of controls: Wi-Fi, Airplane mode, audio playback controls, Do not disturb settings, etc. You cannot change this section.

However, the bottom of the Control Center can be modified, trimmed or filled incessantly. To do this, you must open the application Configuration . Then go to Control Center> Customize controls and you will see this screen:

  Customize your iPhone Control Center here.
Customize your Control Center here.
Photo: Cult of Mac

At the top are the controls you already have active. In the lower section, you will see all the other controls that can be added to your Control Center. Simply touch the green + button next to the ones you want to add. In our example, we will touch the green + button next to the Low consumption mode. It will then move from the lower to the upper section of the Control Center.

To remove a control from the Control Center, touch the red button. You can also change the order of the controls using the grabby controllers next to each control. And you can drag icons from the top section to the bottom, which avoids having to confirm the deletion.

Now, after adding the Low Power Mode control, you can toggle the setting at any time you want. I like to use it a lot when I am on vacation (or just away from home all day).

Adjust iPhone flashlight settings

  Hidden intensity slider of flashlight control.
Hidden intensity of the flashlight control slider control.
Photo: Cult of Mac

While you're here, take a moment to explore the other available controls. I also really like torch control (it's called Lantern in the United States). It allows you to activate the iPhone LED array and use the device as a flashlight.

While iPhones X have a permanent flashlight button on the lock screen, the Control Center version offers a secret function. You can press it with 3D Touch and you will see a new slider that allows you to change the intensity of the LED.

Too much control

  This is what the Control Center looks like with all the controls added. What a mess.
This is what the Control Center looks like with all the controls added. What a mess.
Photo: Cult of Mac

If you wish, you can add all these controls to the Control Center. However, take a look at the screenshot above to see how busy things get. I'd rather have some icons that I use all the time, so I can touch them quickly without looking. Or rather, I used to be able to touch them without looking. After adding all the icons and moving them, I lost the order in which I had everything.

Anyway, this is how the Control Center is customized on the iPhone. I will spend the next half hour ordering mine again.

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