Apple rechargeable lithium-ion battery is a prominent part of the Apple iOS devices. Both iPhone and iPad smart iOS 10 & earlier devices show up remaining battery percentage near to the battery icon on the top menu bar. By helping them user can stay awake for the next charging. As well as it also alerts for low battery warning and low power mode. There are certain cases in them your iPad/ iPhone battery percentage becomes disappeared from the top menu bar. For example, after touch display replacement user must resets its iPhone, or iPad to add fingerprint on home button. Sometimes accidentally, changed settings did disable battery percentage. Moreover, we know how much important battery percentage on top bar on our iPhone and iPad. Hence, here I will guide you how to show battery percentage on iPhone 7 (Plus) and earlier iPhone running with iOS 10.
For those users who have iOS 8 or later running iPhone/ iPad – Go to Setting→ Usage → then turn battery percentage on. Please keep remember Apple does not give battery percentage feature on iPod Touch.
Ultimate Steps to Enable/ Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 7 Plus
Step 1. Launch Settings App on iPhone/ iPad.
Step 2. You will have to scroll down the screen and Tap on Battery appears between Touch ID & Passcode and Privacy.
Step 3. Turn Switch Battery Percentage ON.
Now let’s a look on top menu bar of your iPhone or iPad. I hope you would be getting back disappeared battery percentage.
In case, battery percentage I already enabled, however, its not appear next to the battery icon then restart your iPhone/ iPad.
To restart your iPhone,
Press and Hold Sleep/wake button until you see slide to power off then drag the on screen button. After that, again press and hold on Power button until appear Apple logo.
Furthermore, ever you want to disable battery percentage on iPhone/ iPad then go Settings App, Tap battery and Turn Toggle Battery Percentage Off.