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iOS 10 has been released and includes many exciting features updated Maps apps, redesigned Music App, animations and many more. Still, a few things have not been changed such as the way to show the battery percentage on the iPhone. We have come across many users who are actually not aware of this feature and that’s why they normally don’t get the idea that how much battery is left. The situation goes even worse when you forget to keep the charger handy and your battery drains out completely in the mid of some important task or journey.
Although new iPhones provide good battery backup, but still you can’t take the risk of unknowing the battery level all the time as it can affect your business badly. Here in this article, we will give you the information about displaying the battery level in the form of the percentage on your iPhone.
How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone / iPad
If your iPhone does not show the battery icon, then follow the instructions given below.
- Tap on Settings on the home screen
- Scroll down and tap on Battery tab
- Now you will see the list of all your apps on the next screen, scroll down to the Battery Percentage and toggle it
Once you make these changes, your iPhone will start showing the exact battery level in the form of percentage which usually appears at the top of your screen. This facility allows users to know how much battery life is left and accordingly they can juice up their phone again. In case you don’t want your phone to display the battery percentage for any reason, you can always follow the same path Settings > General > Usage > Battery percentage and slight it off.
At times people connect the charger and the phone show that it is getting charged, but the battery percentage does not increase. If it happens then you should try the same cable with a different phone to determine that the cable isn’t faulty. Many phones that do not support fast charging take the time to juice the device completely, but if after a long time there is no difference then it could be a problem with the battery.
It is always advisable to avoid over charging (the battery is full but the phone is connected to the power outlet and getting charged) or drain out the power completely so that your phone’s battery can work effectively and efficiently for a long time.
Showing the status of the battery in the form of percentage is a small thing, but it matters a lot, especially to those who run the business or use the phone for their profession most of the time. It also gives you an idea about the performance of your battery so that you can estimate the time it takes to get recharged completely or figure out how and when the power gets finished which will eventually help you to manage your work and handle takes based on your mobile more effectively.