How To Show Battery Percentage On iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro Or Max

In this article you will learn how to show battery percentage on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. You will see how to activate this feature and where to see the battery percentage.

If you have upgraded to iPhone 11 from an iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or older, and are worried that Apple has removed the battery percentage feature from the iPhone, then we are here to help.

Even though it has made it harder to check the percentage of remaining battery on your device, thankfully Apple has not removed the battery percentage feature and you can still see it. This change was made back when iPhone X was released and works the same on iPhone XS, XS Max and XR.

How to show battery percentage on iPhone 11

Here’s how to see battery percentage on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Max. Good thing is the battery percentage feature is enabled by default so unlike older iPhones, you don’t have to change any settings in order to activate it.

In order to view the battery percentage simply swipe down from top right corner of the screen. This is the same gesture that you perform when you want to access the Control Center screen.

After you perform the swipe down from top right gesture Control Center will appear. Once you are on the Control Center screen look for the iPhone 11 Battery Percentage at top right corner. It should be present right next to the battery indicator.

While the battery percentage has been moved one action away we are glad that Apple has not removed it entirely. The battery indicator is good however it’s the battery percentage that gives us the true idea on the state of our battery and precisely tells us how long our device will last before shutting down.

If you have recently upgraded, then check our guide on how to force restart iPhone 11 here.

Disclosure: iOSHacker may receive a commission if you purchase products through our affiliate links. For more visit our privacy policy page.
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Previous Article
PS4 Xbox One Airpods

How To Connect AirPods To PS4 Or Xbox One

Next Article
iOS 14 Developer Beta 3

iOS 14 Beta 3 Released, Here's What Has Changed