Unlike doing in iOS 9 and lower, turning on battery percentage on iPhone, iPad and iPad Touch has changed in iOS 10. Before, you can easily switch on or off battery percentage just by navigating to the Usage Tab in General Setting. However, this section doesn’t appear with iOS anymore. If your iOS devices currently run iOS 10, you will see a battery percentage enabled by default and a battery percentage indicator, which shows the battery left in the Status bar. If you know how to switch on the battery percentage on iPhone/iPad, you will be able to see the remaining battery. Here’s how you can do it.
Steps to turn on Battery Percentage on iPhone & iPad
Here are the steps you should follow after you have read all the previous information:
- First, launch the “Settings” app on your iDevice.
- Then, scroll down and tap on “Battery” (it stays between Privacy and Touch ID & Passcode).
- Next, you switch on the “battery percentage” slider.
Now, the battery usage time for individual apps will display at the bottom of the “Battery Settings Screen”.
Steps to turn off battery percentage on iPhone or iPad
Before you learned how to turn on battery percentage on iPhone, now you should know how to switch it off. To do so, just do following the steps below:
- First, go to Settings -> Battery.
- The, toggle the switch next to the Battery Percentage off.
That’s all. The battery percentage is now switched off. In case you enable low power mode, the battery percentage will automatically turn back on. These tips will work on devices running iOS 10 or higher, including iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6S plus, 6s, 6 Plus, iPhone 6, 5s, 5c, iPhone 5, iPad Mini, iPad Air and iPod Touch 5th .