By Lielle ben simon, 28 September, 2023 Forum iOS and iPadOS Hi friends, I updated to iOS 17, and eversince I am not getting notification when the battery is low. I have an iPhone 14 Pro running iOS 17.0.2 Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Me too I found the same thing yesterday. I went into the battery settings to find the battery percentage was turned off, but the percentage was still being announced at the top. I have turned it on again so perhaps this will bring back the announcements. Me 3 I also tried resetting but we’ll have to see when I let the battery run low again. I usually don’t go below 30% as it’s good for the battery not to b charged or discharged to its extremes but yesterday morning my phone just shut down. I was very confused as I hadn’t had a notification so didn’t realise it was the battery for a little while. It was obviously the first thing I tried, to plug it in and that resolved the problem. The phone booted up again with about 5% battery. Figured out the problem but not the solution Apparently the warning has moved to the dynamic island and this replaces the old interrupting alert. How that works with VoiceOver remains a mystery. it doesn't Hi the phone just die on you with no warning so just have keep ear, on your battery in the status bar i think the low battery alert can flash up but we will miss it Oh thats not very cool. I’ll put a report in through feedback. I get low batttery notifications. I believe i'm on the latest IOS. Brad Is that iOS 17.1 public beta one? If so, I won’t bother providing feedback. this is my understanding too I think the only thing we can do for now is keep an eye on the status bar, and I agree, it would be nice to have the notification back. A possible work-around A thought I have for this is, you could create an automation in Shortcuts to notify you. In shortcuts in the automations section there's a when battery falls below xx automation. Set that to the level(s) you want to be notified at and decide how you want to be notified. An show alert might work, or possibly play sound. Keep in mind I currently don't have anything that can run iOS 17, so if you need specific shortcuts help I might not be very helpful, ☺️ but I have used this. My son used to have a truly nasty siren sound effect play when his iPad got below I think it was 3 or 4 percent or something, and right now I have my iPhone send me an eMail when it goes below 20% so I remember to plug it in.