Apple this week brought back one of the most requested features by iOS users since the launch of the iPhone X in 2017: the ability to see the battery percentage directly in the status bar.
Since the launch of the iPhone X with the notch, Apple hasn’t allowed users to display their battery percentage directly in the status bar, forcing them to swipe down in Control Center to see their current battery level.
With the release of iOS 16 in just a few weeks, that will change. The fifth developer beta of iOS 16 includes a new toggle That allows users to always show their battery percentage in the status bar.
When Low Power Mode is enabled, the battery glyph and percentage turn yellow, and when the battery is low, it turns red. When charging your iPhone, it turns green. The battery percentage is visible in the status bar throughout the system, even on the lock screen.
Every flagship iPhone since iPhone X has had a notch, but not all customers with iPhones with a notch will get this new feature.
Here is the list of iPhones that you will get the skill to display the battery percentage directly in the status bar:
- iPhone 13 ProMax
- iPhone 13 Pro
- iPhone 13
- iPhone 12 ProMax
- iPhone 12 Pro
- iPhone 12
- iPhone 11 ProMax
- iPhone 11Pro
- iPhone XSMax
- iPhone XS
All other iPhones, including the smaller iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 11, and iPhone XR, don’t have a battery percentage option. As iOS 16 is still in beta testing, Apple may decide to expand the list to include other iPhones in the future, so we’ll just have to wait and see.
While it’s not entirely clear why Apple decided to limit the availability of this feature, it may be due to space limitations on smaller screens.
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