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iOS 16’s Battery Percentage Feature Let Users Show It On Status Bar On iPhone

iOS 16 Battery Percentage

It feels like iPhone users waited a decade to show battery percentage on the iPhone screen. Earlier with the release of the iPhone X, Apple removed the battery percentage icon from the Status bar. And now, the most requested feature of iPhone users is back with the recent release of iOS 16 beta 5.

The new iOS 16 battery percentage feature of beta 5 allows users to add a battery percentage icon on the status bar in the top right corner of the iPhone. The remaining battery percentage will be visible on the battery icon. Hence, Users no longer have to scroll down the Control Center every time to see the remaining battery percentage of the device or connect the charging cable to see how much battery is left on the iPhone.

Which iPhone model support iOS 16’s Battery Percentage feature?

Apple’s iPhones with a notch will support this new iOS 16 battery percentage feature. However, many devices like the iPhone 12 mini, ‌iPhone 13‌ mini, iPhone 11, or ‌iPhone‌ XR and missing this feature because of space constraints.

How to Show Battery Percentage On Top on iPhone With IOS 16

Note: The latest iOS 16 beta 5 added this most awaited feature for iPhone users. So make sure that you have installed the latest IOS 16 beta 5 on your iPhone device.

  1. Go to the Setting App.
  2. Select Battery.
  3. Turn the toggle next to the new Battery Percentage option.

Once you have enabled the Battery Percentage option from the Battery section on your iPhone, you will be able to see the battery percentage on the status bar.

While most iPhone users praise this most awaited feature, some find it annoying as they think it looks too ugly when it shows battery percentage on the status bar.

However, this battery percentage feature is still under testing under the iOS 16 beta program. We are only a month away from the final release of iOS 16 stable version. Let’s hope Apple will add this feature to the final version with better improvements.

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