Apple iPhone battery percentage is back! Find out how to get it now

The Apple iPhone battery percentage- an essential feature that had been missing even in the new line-up of the flagship iPhones has just returned, although with some workaround.  Here's are the best ways to get your iPhone battery percentage icon back.

By: SHAURYA TOMER
| Updated on: Feb 24 2022, 14:33 IST
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Missing the Apple iPhone battery percentage on your phone screen? You’ll be glad to hear that you can get it back! Apple had removed the battery percentage in favour of the infamous notch. (Unsplash)
1/7 Missing the Apple iPhone battery percentage on your phone screen? You’ll be glad to hear that you can get it back! Apple had removed the battery percentage in favour of the infamous notch. (Unsplash)
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The long awaited and recently launched iOS widgets make customizing your iPhone more fun! They include a host of options such as clock, weather, photos, maps and much more. (Unsplash)
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2/7 The long awaited and recently launched iOS widgets make customizing your iPhone more fun! They include a host of options such as clock, weather, photos, maps and much more. (Unsplash)
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Use of the iOS Battery Widget- Perhaps the easiest way of getting your battery percentage is using the inbuilt iOS widgets on the home screen. To do so, press and hold on an empty area of your home screen, then tap the + in the top left corner. Swipe down and tap Batteries and pick the medium or large Batteries Status widget. (Unsplash)
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3/7 Use of the iOS Battery Widget- Perhaps the easiest way of getting your battery percentage is using the inbuilt iOS widgets on the home screen. To do so, press and hold on an empty area of your home screen, then tap the + in the top left corner. Swipe down and tap Batteries and pick the medium or large Batteries Status widget. (Unsplash)
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Today View Widget- The Today View widget shows you current information from your favorite apps at a glance—today's headlines, weather, calendar events, battery levels, and more. (Unsplash)
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4/7 Today View Widget- The Today View widget shows you current information from your favorite apps at a glance—today's headlines, weather, calendar events, battery levels, and more. (Unsplash)
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From your home screen, swipe from left to right. Press and hold in an empty space to enter edit mode (or on a widget > Edit Home Screen). Tap the + in the top left corner. Then, swipe down and tap Batteries and pick the medium or large Batteries Status widget. Now you can access your iPhone battery percentage by swiping left to right from your lock screen or home screen. (Pexels)
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5/7 From your home screen, swipe from left to right. Press and hold in an empty space to enter edit mode (or on a widget > Edit Home Screen). Tap the + in the top left corner. Then, swipe down and tap Batteries and pick the medium or large Batteries Status widget. Now you can access your iPhone battery percentage by swiping left to right from your lock screen or home screen. (Pexels)
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Control Center- If you don’t want to use a widget, swipe down from the top right corner to show your iPhone battery percentage. (Unsplash)
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6/7 Control Center- If you don’t want to use a widget, swipe down from the top right corner to show your iPhone battery percentage. (Unsplash)
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Siri- Apple’s built-in, voice-controlled assistant can do various tasks for you like setting up your alarms, giving you directions and reading your messages. So, if you’re too lazy to even use the control center, then you could simply ask Siri to check the iPhone battery percentage for you. (Unsplash)
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7/7 Siri- Apple’s built-in, voice-controlled assistant can do various tasks for you like setting up your alarms, giving you directions and reading your messages. So, if you’re too lazy to even use the control center, then you could simply ask Siri to check the iPhone battery percentage for you. (Unsplash)
First Published Date: 24 Feb, 14:33 IST
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