The iPhone features an inbuilt lithium-ion rechargeable battery, which presently offers the greatest performance for your smartphone at its current price point. If you compare lithium-ion batteries to conventional battery technology, they are lighter, charge quicker, last longer, and have a greater power density, which means they have longer battery life.
An indication that will be white while the battery is being drained, and green when the battery is charging will be shown in the upper-left corner of your iPhone’s screen to indicate the current condition of your battery. The question then becomes, what if you need more accurate information from your device? It’s simpler than you would imagine seeing how much battery life your iPhone has left. So let’s have a look at
how to show battery percentage in iPhone 11
The percentage will be shown in the Status Bar
It is possible to display the battery % on the iPhone status bar if your iPhone includes a physical home button In the upper right-hand corner of your screen, next to the battery symbol, you’ll see the battery icon. If you are unable to view the percentage, open the Settings app, choose Battery, and then toggle on Battery Percentage
This feature is not available on newer iPhones that do not have a physical home button (iPhone X and beyond). This is due to the fact that the notch at the top of the screen, which houses the Face ID sensor, does not allow enough space for the battery indicator and a percentage to appear on the screen. There are a variety of different methods for determining the current battery % on your iPhone.
The iPhone’s Control Center is a convenient tool for managing your phone’s settings.
The battery percentage will be shown in Control Center on all iPhones. With a single swipe, you may access this useful settings page. In the event that your iPhone does not have a physical home button, you may activate Control Center by swiping up from its bottom-most position on the screen. Swipe down from the top-right corner of your screen if you have a newer iPhone to access the settings menu. The percentage of your iPhone’s battery life will be shown at the top of the Control Center screen.
If you are using a bigger smartphone, such as the iPhone Pro Max, reaching the upper right-hand corner with one hand may be difficult if you only have one hand free. Fortunately, there is a convenient shortcut that allows you to launch the Control Center by double-tapping the rear of your iPhone. Here’s how to go about doing it.
- Navigate to the Settings application.
- Tap Accessibility, then Touch Next, scroll down, and tap Back Tap Accessibility,
- then Touch Next, scroll down and tap Back
- Control Center may be accessed by selecting Double Tap
From now on, you will be able to bring up Control Center by tapping twice on the rear of your iPhone. Displaying your battery % and having fast access to additional settings like brightness, airplane mode, and media controls are made simple with this feature.
The iOS 14 Battery Widget is a useful tool.
Widgets, which were introduced in iOS 14 to provide iPhone users with additional personalization choices, were a welcome addition. Customers of Android devices have been enjoying this function for years, so it was exciting to see Apple include their own version of this popular feature into their own operating system. There are a variety of system widgets that can be added to your home screen, but the battery widget is a must-have if you want to keep track of how much battery power is left on your device at any given time.
While browsing through the many types of battery widgets, you will see that they come in a number of different sizes. It will be shown in the bigger widgets not just the percentage of your iPhone’s battery remaining but also the percentage of any connected devices, such as Bluetooth headphones or your Apple Watch. Users have different preferences for where they want the battery widget to be located on their home screen. Because it can be found on the Today screen with a simple swipe to the right, some people prefer it there so that they may have more space for other applications on their home screen
While charging, the battery percentage will be shown.
It is likely that you have seen this before, but when your iPhone is charging, you can check the percentage of battery life remaining from the home screen. To wake it up, just touch the screen or click the power button on the side of the device. On your lock screen, the current battery % may be displayed in lieu of the date, below the clock, and to the right of the clock. Remember that you can quickly charge your iPhone 8 (and newer) to 50% battery capacity in about 30 minutes. When you use a Lightning to USB-C connection in conjunction with a power adapter rated at 18W or above, fast charging is possible.
How to display the percentage of battery life on the iPhone
- A battery widget may now be added to your home screen or an app page in iOS 14.
- You may also access Control Center from this menu (swipe down from the top right corner)
- Alternatively, you may swipe from the lock screen or the home screen from left to right, and the battery % will appear at the top of the Today View screen on iOS 13 (see image below).
- You can ask Siri any question you want.
- Alternatively, connect your iPhone and the percentage will appear on the lock screen for a brief period of time