Ever wanted to know the exact percentage of battery life that your iPhone has remaining, and wondered how to turn that on? Out of the box, the iPhone has a battery meter which is a graphical representation of a battery. As it is very small, it is hard to accurately tell how much battery life you have left. There is a way to make it much clearer, read on and we will show you how.
To turn on the battery percentage reading, follow these simple steps:-
- Click on Settings
- Click on General
- Click on Usage
You will now see a page with information on the the usage of your iPhone including time since last charge, standby time, call time and data usage. All interesting things but we are interested in the battery percentage.
- Turn on the toggle for Battery Percentage
That's it, you will now see the percentage of battery life remaining in the top notification bar throughout the operating system screens.
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