iPhone can thank you for charging it. Know how!

Deepak Gupta August 7, 2022
Updated 2022/08/07 at 3:56 PM

iOS hides a series of features that, when well explored, can solve (almost) all user problems and respond to a wide range of needs. Although it’s not exactly essential, today we’re going to show you something a little funny.

Learn what to do to make your iPhone thank you when you charge it.




The iPhone is equipped with an operating system that can meet so many needs that most users are unaware of their machine's potential. Obviously, we are not just talking about technical needs, but about others that can only serve to facilitate daily life.

In this case, at the outset, we will not let you know anything that could be really useful. However, you can get a very funny result that will surprise those who are close by.

Today, we tell you how you can make your iPhone thank you – or say anything else – when it's plugged in.

Set a reaction for when you put your iPhone on charge

enter the app shortcuts and select the menu Automationin the bottom bar.

click on the +in the upper-right corner, then select create automation.

Sliding through the options, you will find the option Charger. Select it, keep the option It's on activated and click Followingat the top right corner.

click in add action and, in the search bar that will appear, search for utter text.

After clicking Speak Text, select the box that says Text and customize depending on what you want to hear when you put your iPhone on charge.

click in Followingin the upper right corner, and turn off the option ask before running. click in OKin the upper-right corner, and plug in your iPhone to see the magic happen.

Of course, although we have defined the word “Thank you”, after following all these steps, you can choose what you want your iPhone to say when plugged in. Have fun!

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