How To Turn Off Bedtime Mode On iPhone

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Are you looking to make sure your iPhone is free from distractions during certain times of the day? If so, you should consider using the Bedtime Mode feature on your Apple device. Bedtime Mode allows you to block all data usage during set time periods, helping you control usage during hours when you're less likely to use on your device. Here's how to turn off Bedtime Mode on your iPhone:

1. Open the Clock app on your phone.
2. Tap “Bedtime” at the bottom of the screen.
3. On the “Schedule” card, tap the time under “Bedtime”.
4. Set a bedtime and the days to use your bedtime routine. You can make a temporary change to your sleep schedule if desired.
5. Scroll down to “Your Schedule” and then tap “Edit” (below “Next”).
6. Drag to change your bedtime, and wake-up time or move both times simultaneously by clicking on the semicircle between them.
7. Choose alarm options that best suit your needs and then tap “Done” when finished setting up Bedtime Mode for your iPhone device.

Once you have set up Bedtime Mode for your iPhone, it will be easier for you to manage and control usage during times of day that are less likely for app use and keep distractions away from important tasks that need completing throughout the day or night!

Turning Off Bedtime Mode

To turn off Bedtime mode, open the Datally app on your device. Then tap on the Bedtime mode option to access the settings. Finally, choose the ‘Turn off bedtime mode' option to disable this feature. You can also adjust the times that you would like Bedtime mode to be active in your settings.

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Changing the Bedtime Setting on an iPhone

To change the Bedtime setting on your iPhone, go to the app and tap on the ‘Browse' tab at the bottom right of your screen. Then, scroll down and select ‘Sleep'. Under ‘Your Schedule', tap ‘Edit' in order to adjust your bedtime. You can then drag either end of the timeline to alter both your bedtime and wake-up time simultaneously. Once you have selected your desired settings, select any alarm options available, then tap ‘Done' to save your changes.

Disabling Apple Bedtime

Yes, you can disable Apple Bedtime. To do so, go to the Clock app on your iPhone. Scroll down to Your Schedule and tap Full Schedule & Options. From there, you can turn off the Sleep Schedule at the top of the screen. You can turn it back on again later if you wish.

What is Bedtime Mode on an iPhone?

Bedtime mode on iPhone is a feature that helps you stay focused and get enough rest. It allows you to set a daily sleep goal, schedule regular bedtimes, and get reminders to help you stick to your sleep schedule. When turned on, it dims the screen and silences incoming notifications while you sleep. It also offers an “alert” mode that reminds you when it's time to go to bed. With Bedtime mode, you can customize your settings so that your phone won't be a distraction when it's time for bed.

The Difference Between Do Not Disturb and Bedtime Mode

Do Not Disturb (DND) mode is a setting that mutes incoming calls, notifications, and other alerts. This mode is useful when you don't want to be disturbed by unnecessary notifications or incoming calls. Bedtime mode is an advanced version of Do Not Disturb mode. When enabled, it automatically activates Do Not Disturb mode and deactivates the Always-on display and the Raise the wrist to wake gesture. This helps users to ensure they don't get disturbed by any incoming calls or notifications while they are trying to have a good night's sleep. In addition, Bedtime mode also helps save battery life by disabling certain features like the Always-on display and Raising the wrist to wake gesture which can drain the battery quickly.

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James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.