Although there are many ways to save battery on your device, it’s always a good idea to show the battery percentage on your iPhone or iPad. That way, you can keep an eye on it and ensure that it doesn’t run out unexpectedly. Then, based on how much power is remaining in the store, you can adjust the intensity of your usage to keep your device going until you need it to. So let’s check out what you can do to always know how much juice you’ve got on your phone.
- How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 11 Pro Max, X, Xs, and iPhone XR
- How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone SE 2020, iPhone 8 or Earlier
How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 11 Pro Max, X, Xs, and iPhone XR
There are 4 ways that you can see the battery percentage:
#1. Swipe down from the top right corner of the screen to open Control Center and view the battery percentage.
#2. You can add the “Batteries” widget to Today View, and optionally pin it there if you want to see it all the time. This approach has the added benefit of showing your battery life on connected devices as well.
#3. Ask Siri what the battery percentage is on your iPhone.
#4. Plug-in your iPhone to charge, and you’ll see the battery percentage on the Lock screen.
How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone SE 2020, iPhone 8 or Earlier
On devices that have a Home button such as the iPhone SE (2nd generation), iPhone 8 or earlier and iPad, you can opt to see the battery percentage in the status bar.
To enable this, go to Settings → Battery and toggle ON Battery Percentage. When you’re in Low Power Mode on your iPhone, the status bar will always show the battery percentage.
So, no matter which device you have, it’s easy to view the battery percentage on your iPhone. This makes it convenient to monitor the remaining power on your device. If you’re looking to save your battery life, you might want to check out these apps. Let us know in the comments below if you’re looking for more tips about your iOS devices.