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  1. How to Display Battery Percentage on iPhone 5
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  3. Battery indicator missing on home screen and lock screen? | MacRumors Forums
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This will provide a much more specific indication of how much battery life is left so that you can plan accordingly. If your iPhone is using an older version of iOS, like iOS 6, then you can click here to go to that section of this article. The steps in this section will enable you to show the battery percentage on your iPhone if your device has been updated to iOS 9.

Battery percentage not displayed in iphone 5/5s/6/6s

You can scroll down a little further to see how you can view the battery percentage if your iPhone is using iOS 6. Step 3: Turn on the Battery Percentage option. You should now see your iPhone 5 battery percentage as a numerical value at the top-right of the screen. While the iPhone 5 does have a very good battery life, the usability and convenience of the device means that you will probably be using it heavily throughout the day. Heavy usage will drain the battery faster and, as a result, you might not be able to go an entire day away from home without a charge.

So, by displaying the battery percentage, you can get a good idea of when you should stop watching videos or browsing the Web so that the phone will have enough charge for your return trip home. Step 2: Touch the General option. If the menu does not say Settings at the top of the screen, then you will need to use the navigational arrows at the top-left of the screen to return to the home page of the Settings menu so that you can locate the General button. Please read here for clarification.

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How to Display Battery Percentage on iPhone 5

Yup I had the same thing. I found the battery percentage toggle would be turned off when the vibration was changed enabled or disabled in activator. As others have said, it's a bug. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. All rights reserved. Want to join?

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Submit a new text post. Bizarre decision by Apple. I went to general and there is no usage option. No battery or usage button under general. Under battery there is a battery percentage button but it does not activate the percentage in my iphone. Go to settings then general scroll down to battery, tap on battery, then battery percentage, it works for me. It was the first adjustment I wanted to make as I did on all previous models. What do they gain by not allowing that necessary feature?

Battery indicator missing on home screen and lock screen? | MacRumors Forums

Jack, you can see iPhone X battery percentage indicator by swiping down to see Control Center, it is located there now. Dear Skyler, here is an article that works to show the battery percentage remaining which indicates iPhone battery life:. I suggest reading the article and following the instructions, the article is located above the comments section. Commenting without reading is a bad idea.

If you read the article, you will have your answer for how to get battery percent showing for a battery life indicator in iOS. It is the only way you can show the battery percentage in iOS. Name required.

Apple iOS 11.2.6 Hides A Significant Change

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