There are many jokes about the battery indicator on iPhones. Some people complain that their iPhone accidentally dies at 11%, others see the usage time at 1%. Due to its inconsistencies, this battery percentage is a useful indication of how desperate you need to be for a charger. There is only one problem: this percentage is not found anywhere on your iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max.
It's not just you. It's not just iPhone 11s. Every iPhone with a notch (the section of the camera at the top of your display) has this problem. This list contains the iPhone X, X S X S X X R 1
Option 1: Show in Control Center
Without a doubt, activating the Control Center is the easiest way to check the percentage of your iPhone's battery. To do this, swipe down in the upper right corner of the display at the point where the battery symbol is located. Once you have done this, your battery percentage will be displayed in all its glory.
You can also check the battery percentage using the Batteries widget. To do this, open Today View by swiping to the right on the lock screen or the first page of the home screen. If you do not see the Batteries widget here, you can add it by scrolling to the bottom of this page, tapping Edit, then authenticate yourself, and then tapping the (+) button next to Batteries.
When the Batteries widget is added, the percentage of your iPhone's battery is displayed immediately. As a bonus, the percentage battery level of all connected devices such as AirPods or Apple Watch is displayed.
if you have a If you want a bit more feedback, ask Siri what percentage of my iPhone's battery is. The digital assistant will be happy to tell you exactly how much juice you have left.
Connecting your iPhone to AC power is not a convenient method, but it works also. When your iPhone starts charging, the current battery percentage will be displayed on the screen. This will continue each time you wake up the iPhone until you unplug the device.