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Here’s a nice little addition for iOS users: you can set specifics within a couple of apps for whenever the phone slips into Focus. For instance, if you’d rather not have your work calendar yelling at you during the weekend, choose the option to Filter Calendars and select the calendars you want to snooze. You can also choose whether iOS should be in Dark or Light mode. And there’s a Low Power Mode if you’re setting up a Focus profile for a hike and you don’t want to wear out your battery while ignoring the world.
Once you’ve made your choices, toggle on whether you want iOS to turn on Focus automatically at “relevant times through the day.” iOS will use criteria like your location and app usage to determine this. Or, you can set a strict schedule for your work hours during the weekday.
If you want to manually turn on Focus Mode, drag down the Control Center panel and select the option. iOS will ask you to choose one of the many Focus profiles you’ve set up in the settings.
Source by gizmodo.com