Either setting reminders for taking pills or setting timers for taking a break or setting reminder to stop the slow-cooker or setting timer for watering the plants, whatever that is, now it’s super easy to do it with just your iPhone and its built-in Clock app.
- This article shares the steps how you can set multiple timers for multiple alarm reminders on your iPhone.
- Although this article is meant for iPhone and iOS, the same steps work the same for iPad and iPadOS.
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One of the features that’s not getting listed on iOS 17 preview is the long-overdue of enhancement for iOS Clock app: the ability to set multiple timers. So, if you previously making use of either a physical pill timer/pill reminder and/or any 3rd party apps just to set multiple timers on your iPhone, well now you don’t need to anymore. What you need is your iPhone running the iOS 17 (or up), and voila! You can set multiple timers on your iPhone.
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Here’s how to set multiple timers on iPhone.
Follow these simple steps to set multiple timers for multiple reminders right from your iPhone.
Ensure that your iPhone is running iOS 17 or up. In case your iPhone is not on iOS 17 or cannot be upgraded to iOS 17, check out this link instead for workaround setting multiple timers on iPhone: Setting multiple timers on iOS 16 and before at JILAXZONE.
1) On your iPhone, go to Clock app.
2) Inside Clock app, go to “Timers” tab.
3) Inside Timers tab, tap on “+” button on the top right of the screen.
4) Select the hour, minute and second to your preference or use the “Preset” ones.
5) Put “Label” to give a name to the timer (E.g.: Take a break).
6) Tap on “When Timer Ends” to change the timer sound when the time is up.
7) Tap “Start” to start the timer.
That’s it. If you need to set another timer, you just need to redo from Step 2) onward for as many timers/reminders as you need.
Bring it all together
Finally, one of the long-overdue features from Apple is now available on the iOS built-in Clock app – setting multiple timers.
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