How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone

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If you are Apple iPhone or iPad user, you might have observe that your iOS devices only displays the remaining battery as an icon with colors that deplete from the right to the left as battery life decrease. Are you ever wondered how much of your battery is being used? Or why sometimes when you use certain apps your battery dramatically drains?

In 2014-15 Apple release two new handsets in the form of iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, as well as two new tablets, the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 and its first new product line in five years, the Apple Watch and Apple also released iOS 8. Although fans are happy with these products but as we know that nothing is perfect.

Every iOS device the operating system displays the current situation of the battery in the status bar. Many people want the percentage viewing in the status bar of their iPhone as it exactly tells them remaining battery on their device. Many however don’t like having the percentage as it makes them obsessed with the amount of battery left over on their device.
How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone

iPhone Battery Percentage Display

The battery display feature works same on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iPads have much better batteries still sometimes it is nice to see exactly, how much battery has left, rather than staring at an arbitrary green bar. Here we focus on the iPhone. This battery percentage display is off by default in iOS to add an aspect of simplicity to the status bar.

The lonely battery icon isn’t mostly useful rather than percentage of battery charge visible both on the lock screen and home screen of iOS next to the battery icon. Due to this, user have better idea about the amount of charge in the phone.

How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone

Here you can learn, how you can enable or disable battery percentage on iOS besides the battery icon in the status bar at the top of an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

Follow these steps to do so:

  • Tap on settings app on the iPhone. (Tapping on Battery Usage, will first display the Time since Last Full Charge.)
  • Go to “General”
  • Tap on “Usage”
  • Switch on “Battery Percentage”
  • Exit out of Settings

After following theses simple steps, you will see immediately the modification in the upper right corner. A little “xx%” to the left side of the battery is visible now. The percent display updates both conditions of battery i.e. as the battery is draining down, as well as the battery is charging. Making this change in battery display gives a much improved instantaneous visual indicator of remaining battery life.

The finest method to enable battery percentage featurein iOS is very simple. You can do it by switching on "battery life percentage" mode in iOS settings. An effortless and easy to do method which everyone can easily do. This method works on both iPhones and iPads, regardless of generation. All you need is iOS up and running and to switch on numerical percentages for your device’s battery life readout.
The above given steps are a little bit different in iOS 9. If you're running that OS, you need to follow this:

  • Tap “Settings”
  • Tap “Battery”
  • Slide “Battery Percentage” to on/green.

Apple’s most recent build, iOS 8 includes a new exciting battery-related feature that lets you see which applications are taking over all your battery charge. It is another helpful way of watching the per-app battery usage to show you which application is actually sucking down battery life.

This feature will show you the overall battery consumption by different apps either over the past 24 hours or the past week. Enabling the battery percentage can also helps the users for many different things such as it helps to analyze software or hardware issues that may use too much battery life.

Most of us don’t like changes, so if you are not satisfied with battery percentage feature, no worries, You can undo the changes you have made. If you want to have default battery icon and remove the percentage indicator, just turn the “Battery Percent” back to off.

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