How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone
"I know my iPhone 6s is running out of power. The status bar has already turned red, but I don't know how much longer it can last because it doesn't show the battery percentage!"
"Since there is no battery percentage to remind me of how much it is, I simply don't know whether or not my iPhone is fully charged."
That is a bit inconvenient. Actually, there are two ways to show the present condition of battery power on your iPhone 6s/6/5s or iPhone SE. One is demonstrated by a picture, and another is showed by figure, that is to say, the battery percentage. However, the battery percentage indicator is off by default on iPhone. Every time when you buy a new iPhone or you reset your iPhone, you simply cannot find the battery percentage in the status bar. Therefore, if you're a new fan of iPhone, or you just got your first iPhone, do you know how to show battery percentage on iPhone? That's easy. Just read the followings and you will get the idea.
How to Turn on Battery Percentage on iPhone
Step 1. Open the "Settings" app on your iPhone.
Step 2. Swipe down and you will find "Battery", please tap on it.
Step 3. As you can see on the screen, toggle the switch next to "Battery Percentage" to activate it.
You'll instantly see the battery life percentage indicator alongside the battery icon in the status bar at the top of your iPhone. The percent indicator updates both as the battery is draining down, and as the battery is charging.
After the Battery Percentage enabled, it will display on the right corner of the screen all the time, giving you a much better immediate visual indicator of remaining battery life as well as a rough idea of how much battery certain activities are using.
Let's Learn More. Below are Some Extra Information about Battery on iPhone.
1. Under the setting of Battery, you can check for battery usage consumed by certain apps respectively from the last 24 hours or last 7days.
2. You can enable Low Power Mode by going to "Settings" > "Battery". Low Power Mode temporarily reduces power consumption until you fully charge your iPhone. When this is on, mail fetch, background app refresh, automatic downloads, and some visual effects are reduced or turned off.
3. If your iPhone takes a long time to be fully charged, there are some ways to charge iPhone faster.
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