This guide will show you how to add battery percentage on iPhone or iPad so you can see exactly how much battery life you have left.
This information is important for users who need to constantly charge or use a battery case, because there are best times to charge an iPhone or iPad using a spare battery case.
This is off by default because it’s easy to fix the percentage and assume your battery life is getting bad or worse. It’s normal for the battery percentage to drop pretty quickly during the first 5-10% of usage. Keep this in mind after you open it.
Apple already gives alerts when your battery is 20% and 10%, but this will show you exactly how much battery life is left on your iPhone or iPad.
Battery Percentage Turn on iPhone and iPad
You will need to turn on battery percentage on all your devices separately. This is something that is mostly useful on the iPhone as it is more mobile, but iPad users can also benefit from the ability to know if their device can handle another movie or if they need to dim the brightness and limit usage.
1. By tapping the little settings icon that looks like a set of gears.
2. to go to the next setting area.
3. Search. This is where you can see the overall battery usage on the iPhone.
That’s all it takes to turn on battery percentage for iPhone or iPad. This will stay on until you turn it off or you need to reset your iPhone.
Now that you know how much battery life is left on the iPhone or iPad, you can use this information to help you make smarter battery decisions.
If you’re using an iPhone battery case to get longer battery life, you should only try to charge it between 20% and 80%. This is essentially easier to charge, so you get the battery in the battery case to last longer. If you are not getting the promised increase in iPhone battery life, you may not be using it right.
If you need to recharge your iPhone battery before you go out for the night or get home from work, you can look at the percentage to know when to give up and go. The last 10% of charge takes longer, so once you reach 90% it’s probably better to just grab the phone and go instead of waiting for the last bit to charge.
Charging your iPhone battery in small hops this way won’t degrade your overall battery performance, but you should be fully charged and discharged on a regular basis. If you plan to store iPhone for a long time, first make sure it has at least 50% charge.
When your battery drops below 30%, it might be a good time to change the power settings. The easiest way to improve iOS 7 battery life while getting weaker is to lower the screen brightness. To do this, you can open the Control Center by swiping up from the bottom of the screen and then manually moving the brightness slider dimmer.