I like keeping track of the battery of my devices to ensure they are always up and ready whenever I need them. I use my iPhone to track the battery of my Apple Watch. But unfortunately, watchOS lacks the feature to let users check iPhone's battery life from Apple Watch.

However, there is no reason to feel disappointed! There are quite a few battery saver apps that allow you to keep a tab on your iPhone's battery from your smartwatch.

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How to Check iPhone Battery Life from Apple Watch

How to Check iPhone's Battery Life from Apple Watch

We have found four apps: Power ($0.99), MacID ($3.99), Battery Life (free), and Battery Watcher (free) very efficient and easy-to-use. You can choose any of these apps.

Step #1. Launch App Store and search Power or Battery Life on your iPhone.

Step #2. Once you have successfully installed the app, open Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

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Step #3. Now, you need to locate Power/Battery Life in the list of apps and tap on it.

Open Battery Life App in Watch App on iPhone

(You may have to wait for sometime until the app is installed on your Apple Watch.)

Step #4. Next up, you need to turn ON the switch next to Show App on Apple Watch, if it's not already on.

Enable Show App on Apple Watch for Battery Life App

Step #5. Now, open the battery saver app on your Apple Watch and check out your iPhone's battery.

Check iPhone Battery from Apple Watch

That's done!

Going forward, whenever you wish to know how much juice is left in the tank of your iPhone, use this app to view the battery life right from your watchOS device.

Wrap up:

Though it's easier to check iPhone's battery life using a third-party app, it would be better if there was an inbuilt feature in watchOS for it. What's your take on it? Shoot your views in the comments!

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