Last Updated on Nov 20, 2020
In this modern era, one of the most challenging things is to get deep sleep during the night, any instance, the random notification will wake you, or a game request could pop-up or anything that would definitely distract you from sleep. Our health is totally dependent on how much we sleep, usually, 8 hours of sleep is needed to stay healthy, to address this issue, Apple has involved a feature called Bedtime and Sleep mode for iPhone users. Imagine a night without any notification alert? How grateful it is.
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Bedtime and Sleep Mode were already introduced before, so what’s new in iOS 14 and watchOS 7? This time Apple has enhanced these features, to keep track of your sleep, fitness, and health. You can catch up on the detailed stats from the Health app. So here’s a full article that will help you understand what is Bedtime, where is Bedtime in iOS 14, and how to use Sleep Mode in iOS 14 and watchOS 7.
Where is Bedtime in iOS 14 and How to Use Sleep Mode on iPhone?
In iOS 13 or earlier, we have a separate tab for Bedtime, but with iOS 14 or later, Apple has merged the Bedtime and Sleep Mode into the Alarm tab. So it might be awkward to set up if you are doing for the first time.
Note: Once the Bedtime and Sleep Mode is correctly set up on the iPhone, it will automatically be synchronized with the Apple Watch paired with iPhone.
Check Our Detailed Video Tutorial in the End
- Go to the Clock App on iPhone updated with iOS 14 or later.
- Tap on Alarm. Under Sleep section, hit SET UP.
- If you are doing this for the first time, the iPhone will introduce you with the Sleep feature, tap Set Up in Health.
- The Emergency SOS pop-up may appear, read it and tap OK.
- Scroll down, you’ll find Set Up Sleep card, tap Get Started.
- Read the overview of this enhanced feature.
- Tap Next.
- Then, Set a Sleep Goal.
- Using your Sleep Goal, the Health can show you how well you are sleeping, it will also suggest bedtime and wake-up alarm, and as you saw in the last screen, the stats will be displayed.
- Set the time, for the Sleep Goal and tap Next.
- The next screen will let you Set Your First Schedule, where you can choose the Days Active and set the Bedtime and Wake Up.
- Toggle Wake Up Alarm ON, level UP/DOWN & Change Sound, and don’t forget to enable Snooze. All these functions are by default arranged by Apple itself, so if you don’t want any customization, then ignore it.
- On the upper-right corner, tap Add.
- You can add as much as Sleep Time Schedules for different days of the week, by following the same above steps.
- Move to Next
- Sleep Mode Card will show you how it can optimize the iPhone for you, during bedtime.
- Choose Enable Sleep Mode or Skip.
- Wind Down means, whenever it’s your bedtime, the Sleep Mode will turn down all the alerts, enables Do Not Disturb, which is implemented to keep you away from distractions. Set the Wind Down time.
- Wind Down Shortcuts, lets you add certain Shortcuts to make you feel better and relax.
- Tap Set Up Shortcuts and Add a Shortcut.
- Tap Next.
- A complete summary of Bedtime and Sleep Mode tab with Sweet Dreams greeting will pop-up.
- Hit Done.
- To disable the Bedtime, bring up the Control Center on the iPhone and tap on the Bedtime button.
- That’s it.
Video Tutorial on How to Use Sleep Tracking Feature of iOS 14 or later
How to Use BedTime on Apple Watch: Setup and Enable/Disable Bedtime
Apple Watch Users Can Use Badtime from Apple Watch Bedtime app. Follow the below steps for Setup Bedtime on your Apple Watch Running on WatchOS 7 or Later.
- Press the Digital Crown button to move Apple watch home screen.
- Find Badtime app on Apple Watch apps.
- And Tap on Bedtime, To customize or Enable/Disable Bedtime From Apple Watch.
- That’s it.
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