Until the arrival of the iPhone X, which came out in the fall of 2017, iPhone users could easily see how much battery life they still had. At the top right of the screen was a battery that was slowly draining with a percentage of numbers next to it. Since the iPhone X and higher models after that had a ‘notch’, a screen at the top, there was no longer room for numbers.
So, those who wanted to see the ratio had to open the Control Panel on iPhones from the past few years by swiping down from the top right corner. in iOS 16 Return percentage as an option, according to the latest beta version of the system.
Numbers in the battery
Users who activate the option will see numbers in the battery icon at the top right, and it looks like there is no place for the percentage sign. Also, the inactivity effect is missing for users who enable this option. The battery icon always appears full to ensure that the small numbers are easy to read. The icon appears black or white during normal use, green during charging and yellow when using battery saver mode.
The percentage cannot be used on all iPhones with a notch: iPhone 12 mini and 13 mini You don’t have a choiceAnd neither does the iPhone 11. This might have something to do with the slightly lower screen resolutions of those devices.
Update to iOS 16 It is expected to be released in September for iPhones. The iPad variant will come with postponed for a month. iOS 16 introduces new and more comprehensive lock screens that can be customized with all kinds of wallpapers and widgets.
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