Last Updated on Jul 22, 2020
The battery percentage is quite essential for all iOS users; now for new iOS, Apple did make the massive improvement in battery saving after. On-screen battery percentage near to the battery icon, we can prepare and efficiently manage the use of our device effectively when we need it. Battery percentage settings are entirely customizable so we Optimize the Battery, Like Low Power mode, Battery Used by App name. He is the all possible fixed solution on how to Turn on/ Show/ Enable battery percentage not showing in iPhone, iPad.
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It might be possible you dont know the correct way to check the battery percentage on the iPhone. Learn how to enable and check the battery percentage on the iPhone.
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Steps for fix Battery Percentage Not Showing in iOS: iPhone, iPad
How to See Battery Percentage on iPhone and iPad: 3 Different Ways
iPhone X or Later Model [No Home button iPhone]
Battery Percentage not more customizable, That means you can not enable/ Disable Battery percentage on iPhone X or New Models.
Still here are the three ways to know or show battery percentage on iPhone X & New iPhone model,
#1: From Control center: Swipe down finger from the Top Right edge of the screen, At the top of the control center you can see the Battery percentage in digit due to lack of space (iPhone X Notch). iPad users can use the Same way to Show Battery Percentage on iPad. Pull Down your Finger from the top-right edge of the iPad screen [On Control center]. Know Why Battery Is yellow, Green, Red on iPhone, iPad?
Battery Percentage on iPad Control center [Home button iPad and No Home button iPad],
#2. Using Siri: Activate Siri (Press & Hold side button or Use Hey Siri to Wake on iPhone/iPad screen), And Ask Siri: “What’s my Current Battery Percentage.”
#3: Connect Charger: Know when you keep your iPhone on the charging pad or USB charging lightning cable.
Other iPhone model, get the tips below to fix battery percentage issues.
Fix 1: Enable/Turn on Battery percentage in the iOS Settings app
- Step 1: Go to the Setting app from your iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch)
- Step 2: Next, Tap on Battery near to the general option.
- Step 3: Enable Battery Percentage, for show percentage near to the battery icon on your home screen. (Note: iPhone X has no option for Battery Percentage, Show battery Percentage using an above guide)
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Fix 2: Force Reboot Device
Still, Battery percentage don’t exist on the screen, try force restarting the iPhone and iPad and see if the issue is resolved or not.
For iPhone 8 or later:
- Press and quickly release the Volume Up button.
- Press and quickly release the Volume Down button.
- Press and hold the Side button until the Apple logo appears.
For iPhone 7 and 7 Plus:
- Press and hold the Volume Down button and Side button until the Apple logo appears.
For iPhone 6S or earlier:
- Press and hold the Home button and Sleep/Wake button until you see the Apple logo on the screen.
Fix 3: Keep iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch Up To Date and Remove Unwanted Optimized Apps
Any iOS updates are available: Check Settings > General > Software Update. Many times you can see badge icon on setting app that with a notice about new updates are available for you! Remove Battery optimization App: if you have installed.
Fix 4: Reset All Settings
An incorrect setting might trigger the Battery percentage functionality and battery percentage might disappear from the top status bar. Reset all settings will clear all the customize settings to the default Apple settings.
- Open the Settings app.
- Tap on General.
- Tap Reset.
- Select Reset All Settings.
- Confirm Reset.
Fix 5: Due to Corrupted iOS Battery Percentage Not Showing
If you have an old iOS backup, then you can restore or Update to the Latest iOS using iTunes or iCloud. Get to the Settings app > tap on your name > iCloud Backup > Locate the latest backup and restore it.
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Note: Take a backup before the upgrade or downgrade from the current iOS version.
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