Put your finger on the status bar, which is the area where the cellular, Wi-Fi and battery icons are displayed. Then swipe your finger downward. Drag down from the top right corner of the home screen to see the battery percentage on your iPhone 11 or iPhone 12.
Update: With iOS 14 and the new widgets, you can permanently place your iPhone's battery percentage on your home screen or an app page (and see other device battery levels like AirPods too). We've got a detailed walkthrough on adding the battery widget here.
* If battery percentage doesn't show, go to Settings > Battery and turn on Battery Percentage. When you use Low Power Mode, the battery percentage will always appear in the status bar.
Due to the notch on the iPhone 11, you can't see the battery percentage on the status bar at the top of the screen like you can on iPhones with home buttons (such as the iPhone SE and iPhone 8). Instead, you'll need to open Control Center to quickly see battery percentage on the iPhone 11.
Find the battery percentage on iPhone 13 and other models with Face ID. On iPhone 13 and other iPhone models with Face ID (iPhone X and later), the battery percentage appears in Control Centre. Just swipe down from the top right-hand corner of your display.
Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 11
Show Battery Percentage The app doesn't hog system resources, and can be used to check battery percentage and battery usage. Simply download and open the app. This will display a separate battery icon in status bar. The icon changes colors with different levels of charging and indicates when charger is connected.
The battery icon, without a specific percentage number, gives you all the information you need, but not enough to drive you Shining levels of crazy. Here's how it works: - When you've got half your battery life left, the indicator will appear half-full; you'll make it home without a charge.
All you need to do to see it is open the Control Center, which can be done by swiping down from the upper-right corner of the iPhone screen. You will then see how much percentage is left in the upper-right part of the screen, next to the power icon.
Instead, you'll need to open Control Center to quickly see battery percentage on the iPhone 11. To do so, swipe downward from the upper-right corner of the screen (near the battery icon). Control Center will open, and you'll see the battery percentage in the top-right corner of the screen.
How to View Battery Percentage on the iPhone 12
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On your Samsung Galaxy smartphone, go to Settings, and tap on Notifications. Scroll down to Advanced settings and tap on it. Next, find the “Show battery percentage” switch and turn it on.