In iOS 14, Apple introduced the ability to set a sleep schedule in the Health app. The function itself is not too complicated. You figure out how many hours you ideally want to gain each night, and then set a scheduled bedtime and wake-up time that fits that goal.
Of course, you can always set a one-time or repeating alarm in the Clock app. The main reason you choose a sleep schedule is that it allows you to set specific goals and automate sleep routines more easily. For example, you can automatically activate Sleep Focus and set sleep reminders at your scheduled bedtime. If you use an Apple Watch or other sleep tracker/sleep app, you can also get notifications when your sleep goals are met or exceeded.
You are also not limited to one sleep schedule. This can be a handy tool if your work, class or morning workout routine varies from day to day. But before you can set up multiple plans, you need to set up your first one. need to be able to do this:
Drag the bed and alarm clock icons on the slider to set your schedule. Image: Apple
- in the lower right corner of Browse Tab.
- Scroll down and click
- . You should see
- Set Up Sleep
- windows. Click
- to start using button. (If you don’t see this option, don’t worry – just skip to the next section.)
- How long do you want to sleep every night. Then click
- Set up your first schedule by selecting the days you want it to be active. Move
If you want to wake up the alarm, turn on the toggle switch. Below the Alarm toggle, you can select the Sound and Haptics
- , set the alarm volume, turn it on or off snooze
- toggle. One quirk: You can’t choose a song for the sleep schedule alarm like other alarms set in the Clock app.
- click Next step. You will then be prompted to set sleep focus mode, but you can skip this if you want. You can always go to
- Settings> Focus
- Once you’ve set an initial schedule, you can add as many sleep schedules as you want. Create additional sleep schedule:
- Follow the first three steps above.
- Scroll down to your schedule section. CLICK
- Add Schedule
- Select the days on which you want the program to be active state.
move Bedtime and Wake Time
- sound and haptics options and
- in the upper right corner.
Custom Sleep Schedule Settings
There are also several customization options in the sleep settings in the Health app. For example, you can set the Wind Down window by going to
- Health> Sleep> Full Plan> Use Planned Sleep Turn off this setting emphasis
- Sleep focus mode is a preset focus mode introduced by Apple One is in iOS 15. You can access it by going to
- within full schedule and options
- section, you can choose to enable Track Time in Bed with iPhone, Sleep Reminders, or Sleep Results.
- Tracking time in bed with iPhone
- Based on your sleep pattern analysis when you pick up and use your phone at night to turn on.
- SLEEP REMINDER will notify you of an upcoming start during your relaxation window or bedtime.
- At the same time, enable
- sleep result
- means the Health app will notify you whenever you reach or exceed your sleep goal. You need to enable sleep tracking on your Apple Watch or integrate data from a third-party sleep tracker or app.
- Edit Sleep Schedule
- Screenshot: Victoria Song/Edge
- If your schedule changes or the schedule you originally set up doesn’t fit You, there are several ways to edit your sleep schedule. Here are a few ways:
- in Health app , scroll down to
FULL SCHEDULE AND OPTIONS part. According to
- title and you should see a list of your schedules. Under each, you should see a blue
- association. Click it to adjust your schedule.
- You can also make ad hoc edits. From the Sleep menu in the Health app, scroll down to Your Schedule. At the top, you should see your next schedule. Click on blue
- link to make temporary changes to your next wake-up alarm only.
- Alarm Tab. At the top, you should see the Bed icon next to
- Sleep |. Wake up
- alarm clock. Click
- to change
button. Drag the bed and alarm icons on the slider to your new time, then tap
in the upper right corner. When prompted, choose whether you want to change the schedule permanently or just the next alarm.
In the Clock app, tap
on Apple Watch , to open the Sleep app, represented by a turquoise icon with a white bed. To edit only your next alarm, click the button labeled Next of the display schedule . If you want to edit the schedule permanently, please click
- . If you scroll all the way down, you can also edit your
- sleep goals orEnd Time.
- Open Health application.
set a sleep target
bedtime and wake up time slider to the time you want to sleep and wake up. You can do this by dragging the bed and clock icons.
COMPLETE SCHEDULE AND OPTIONS .
Under the Full Plan heading, scroll down and click
sliders to the appropriate time. You can do this by dragging the bed and clock icons.
If you want to set an alarm, please turn on
toggle. You can customize
Health> Sleep> Full Schedule & Options> Other Details> Relax . You can set your relaxation window anywhere from 15 minutes to 3 hours before your scheduled bedtime. At that point, it will automatically trigger your phone’s sleep focus. (You can also do this by going to
Settings> Focus on your iPhone. If you enable sleep focus, you can edit who and apps can contact you, as well as edit your home screen and lock screen. When iOS 16 arrives this fall, you can also link to specific lock screen or home screen pages. (If you’re impatient, here’s how to download the iOS 16 public beta.)
Settings, you can also adjust your sleep goals and adjust other settings. Additional details at
Complete schedule button. From here, you can click on the schedule you want to edit or add a schedule by clicking