Last Updated on Sep 26, 2021
The way, to do turn off the battery percentage on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch is changed in iOS. So far, you could turn on/turn off battery percentage on your iPhone/iPad at going Usage tab of General Settings. But now, using that way you’ll get nothing that concerns iOS battery. When you’re using the latest iOS device that time you get default enabled battery percentage and that working as a battery percentage indicator, that shows a remaining battery in the Status bar of iPhone, iPad, iPod touch.
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Please Note: Battery percentage shows the percentage of battery remaining in the Status bar. After doing disabled that, you can’t eligible to see your iPhone reaming battery percentage out of full charging.
Since now, if you want to do turn off battery percentage on iPhone running iOS. Then follow the given instructions and teach to turn off battery percentage on iPhone.
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How to turn off battery percentage on iPhone, iPad
- Step 1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone/ iPad.
- Step 2. Scroll down the screen and tap on Battery (it’s you can appear between Touch ID & Passcode and Privacy)
- Step 3. Now slide Battery Percentage slider to off
In addition, you can also reach battery settings directly using ‘’Settings Search’’ just type the battery. And tap on battery then does turn off battery percentage.
At the bottom side of the battery Settings Screen, you can also see the battery usage time for the individual app. sometimes after resetting All Settings in iOS, battery percentage missing on the status bar. So that is you can get back using the below step.
Way to Enable/Turn on Battery percentage on an iPhone iOS 11 or later
- Go to the Settings app
- Tap Battery
- Slide Battery Percentage slider to ON.
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We know that this tip becomes useful for all running iOS devices Such as iPhone.