iPhone 11, iPhone XS, XR, and even iPhone X are missing Battery Percentage that used to be showed on the old generations. Why and how to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 11 and Apple’s recent iPhones? That’s what we will discuss on the next lines.
Unlike other generations, the new editions from iPhones come with the Notch witch forced apple to give up some features like showing Battery Percentage to save space on the screen.
If you looked at the status bar on Apple’s iPhone X and later, you will note it has a smaller space to show device information compared to previous iPhones that had a status bar running across the entire width of the display.
This is simply the reason behind missing Battery Percentage on new iPhones, and now let’s see how to make it appear.
How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 11?
If you want battery percentage to be shown next to the battery icon on the status bar like other iPhones, that’s not possible. But there are other alternative methods to check it or temporarily see battery percentage on the main screen.
Here are four ways to quickly get a look at your exact battery level:
- The first method, from the top right corner,> swipe down to Open Control Center and see the battery percentage.
- The second method, from the main screen or the lock screen, swipe from left to right, and you’ll find the battery percentage near the top of the Today View screen.
- In the third method, you can simply ask Siri about your battery percentage.
- The last method, just plug your iPhone to a charger and you will ee the percentage show on the Lock screen.
That’s all. It’s very easy.
What about other iPhones?
according to Apple support, on iPhone SE (2nd generation), iPhone 8 or earlier, iPad, and iPod touch (7th generation), you can see the battery percentage in the status bar.
Go to Settings > Battery and turn on Battery Percentage.
When you use Low Power Mode on your iPhone SE (2nd generation), or iPhone 8 or earlier, the battery percentage will always show in the status bar.