You have probably noticed that your iPhone 11 doesn’t show the battery percentage in the status bar. When it comes to iPhone SE (2nd generation), and iPhone 8 and earlier, users can open Settings > Battery, and enable the option “Battery Percentage”. Here, we are going to share a quick guide on how to show iPhone 11 battery percentage.
See also: How To Fix iPhone 11 Battery Life Issues
There are several ways to show battery percentage on iPhone 11 (including iPhone X and all the later models), and we are going to share them all.
The easiest way to show iPhone 11 battery percentage is through Control Center. All you have to do is swipe down from the top-right corner of the screen.
Plugging your iPhone
The second method is also very simple. Simply plug in your iPhone. The moment you do that, you will see the battery percentage.
Siri doesn’t need any special introduction. You can rely on this virtual assistant whenever you need a helping hand. So, you can ask something like: “Hey Siri, How much battery is left?” and you’ll get an answer.
Add Batteries Widget
iOS 14 brought many new things, and one of them is the option to add widgets to your home screen. This allows you to customize your phone in an easy way. There are inbuilt widgets, but you can also download more from the App Store. To add a widget go to the Home screen, press and hold on the empty part of it and then tap the + button. Next, search for the “Batteries” widget, choose the size (you can select either small, medium, or large – but for the battery percentage small will be just fine), and just place it on the screen.
Done! This is a way of having the battery percentage at your fingertips at all times.