I entered low power mode on my iDevice and the battery level indicator turned yellow. Now I've plugged it in and it's up past 23% and the battery is still yellow. Does that mean I'm in Low Power Mode still? How do I get out of Low Power Mode? Update: It's at 55% and it's still yellow.

Also, let's say I enter Low Power Mode accidentally, it pops up that alert dialog awfully fast sometimes. If I entered low power mode on accident but don't want to be in it how do I exit out of it then?

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    If you leave the iPhone charging with the Low Power Mode enabled, it will automatically disable it when it reaches a sustainable level of battery. Around 85% I think but I'm not sure though. – dordio Sep 24 '15 at 0:16
  • Ok thanks dorito. I'll plug it in and monitor it's progress. – 1.21 gigawatts Sep 24 '15 at 0:24
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    As corrected by @jroschen, "Low Power Mode will automatically turn off at 80%" – dordio Sep 24 '15 at 0:53

Go to Settings -> Battery -> Disable Low Power Mode

Low Power Mode will also turn off automatically once your device has been charged up to 80%.

  • @jaepage if you have an iPhone 6S/6S+ you can do a force touch on the Settings icon and you'll have a battery quick action that will take right into Battery settings. That's the fastest way as of today I guess – dordio May 22 '16 at 16:21

You can also use Siri to turn Low Power Mode on and off.

  • But what happens if battery is 51% as in picture - it still looks like it is in Low Power mode. The question is how to get it out of that mode – Mark Sep 24 '15 at 16:11
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    @Mark One can just use Siri to turn it off, as well. – RedEagle2000 Sep 24 '15 at 16:12

Settings- Battery - slide bar to turn it off

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Settings- Battery - Low Power Mode

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    How does this differ from any of the other down voted answers ? – Tetsujin Sep 4 '16 at 7:36

Settings, battery, low power mode, off

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