How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 11

How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 11

You’ve upgraded to brand new iPhone 11 and noticed that the battery percentage in the status bar is missing? There are ways to check it on your iPhone if you want to see the remaining battery percentage. Follow the steps below to show the battery percentage on your iPhone 11.


Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 11

  1. It’s hidden in the Control Center. Swipe down the Control Center from the top right corner of the screen. You can do it from both the lock screen and the home screen. You’ll see the battery percentage along with other icons for Bluetooth and Location Services, etc.

  2. Percentage briefly appears on the screen when you connect your iPhone to a charger.

  3. Ask Siri. If the “Hey, Siri” feature is enabled on your device and she’s listening, ask to tell the current charge on your iPhone.

  4. Add the battery widget to your lock screen.

    • Go to the home screen and swipe to the right.

    • Scroll down and tap the Edit button.

    • You’ll see Add Widgets screen, scroll down to More Widgets.

    • Find Batteries and tap the plus sign next to Batteries.

    • Done! Now you can view the battery percentage from the lock screen. You can put the battery widget at the top of all the lock screen widgets.

Relevant Article: How to Replace an iPhone Battery.


Not Seeing The Battery Widget on Your Lock Screen?

Here’s What You Should Do if You’re Not Seeing the Battery Widget on Your Lock Screen.

Go to Settings > Face ID & Passcode, then enter your passcode if you’ve set it. Toggle on Today View, and now it should work. Go ahead and check the battery widget from the lock screen again!


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