- March 7, 2022
- Posted by: Ryan White
- Category: Apple News
We’ve become accustomed to our iPhones and iPads switching into Low Power Mode to preserve battery life, and you can enable it manually if you want to reduce power usage for a day. New in macOS 12 Monterey for the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro is a similar feature, though you must enable it manually.
Open System Preferences > Battery, click Battery in the sidebar, and select Low Power Mode.
It reduces the screen brightness automatically and may decrease CPU performance. Make sure to turn it off once you don’t need it anymore.
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