In some ways, iOS and Android have become relatively similar operating systems. However, there are still plenty of differences between the two. One of the things I miss about Android is audible full battery notifications — which aren’t available by default on iPhones. There is a way to enable them, though, for both low and full battery instances. Here’s how to set an audible battery notification on iPhone.
How to set an audible battery notification on iPhone
Launch the Shortcuts app on your iPhone.
Click on the Automation tab in the bottom navigation bar.
Tap Create Personal Automation.
Scroll through the list and click on Battery Level.
This is the part where you have to decide if you want it to be a low or full battery notification. You can set the slider accordingly.
For a full battery notification, drag the slider to the extreme right and select Equal 100% in the list below it.
For a low battery notification, drag the slider to the left, until it shows the desired percenta…