Check out simple steps to display battery percentage on your iPhone

It’s undeniable that one of the best ways to manage iPhone battery life is to turn on the percentage battery display on your iPhone. When the battery percentage is visible, you should see a numerical value beside the battery icon in the upper-right corner of the screen. Thanks to this battery detail indicator, you can easily see how much of a charge is remaining on your phone, and how charged up the phone is before you go out. In this tutorial, we will be presenting how to show battery percentage on the iPhone, plus how to see which apps use the most battery life. Have a look.

Steps to turn battery percentage On or Off on iPhone

Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your iPhone.

Step 2: Tap on Battery.

Step 3: Toggle the Battery Percentage switch to the ON position. You will immediately notice the change in the upper right corner of your iPhone’s screen, adding a numeric value to the left side of the battery.

If you want to turn battery percentage off, simply toggle the switch to the OFF position.

Steps to see which apps use the most battery life

If you’re really serious about optimizing your battery’s life, it’s a good idea to see which apps are hogging all your juice. And thankfully, iOS 10 offers you a new battery-related feature, called Battery Usage that allows you to do that important task. With this handy feature, you can cut down on the amount of time you use the battery draining app, thereby preserving your battery life. Here’s how to see which apps use the most battery life.

Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your iPhone

Step 2: Tap on Battery.

Step 3: Under the Battery Usage section, you should see a list of apps in order of battery use.

By looking at the list, you should know exactly which apps are draining your battery either over the past 24 hours or the past week; therefore, you will be able to make plans to save more battery life.

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That’s it. You are all done. Run into any trouble showing battery percentage on your iPhone? Sound off in the comments section below.

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