Displaying battery percentages on iPhone 11
7 iPhone Battery Saving Tips That Really Work
We’ve rounded up the best tips for saving your iPhone’s battery and debunked some popular myths.
Watching videos, using the browser, chatting with friends, posting on social media, or any other activity will drain your iPhone. So that it does not turn off at the most inopportune moment, we advise you to adhere to the following recommendations.
Avoid battery draining apps
The tab below will show which apps have used how much battery power in the last 24 hours or 10 days.
Click on Activity and if under the name of the application you see the inscription In the background, then the application was working until you used it and exchanged data.
To prevent all applications or some of them from doing this in the future:
- Open Settings and select General
Select Content update and click Disable or find the desired application and disable this function only for it.
Most of them only work when you launch them, but some types of messengers or email clients constantly sync with services and drain the device’s battery. We have described above how to deal specifically with email clients.
Check your iPhone’s battery health
Over time, smartphone batteries degrade, nothing can be done about it. If your smartphone is already several years old, then it will not hold a charge like new. And we are not talking about the capacity of the battery, which shows the amount of charge for which it is designed, but about the health of the battery, that is, how much charge it can hold after a certain period of use.
Apple made it possible to view battery health since iOS 11.3 without any third-party apps.
- Open Settings
- Scroll down and select the Battery tab
Next select the Battery Status tab
Usually, you start to notice performance degradation or a decrease in battery life if the battery health is 80 percent or less. Although you can still use the tips below, their effectiveness will not change the situation dramatically. The best solution for you would be to replace the battery or buy a new device.
Adjust screen brightness
Full screen brightness will consume battery much faster than half brightness. To quickly reduce it, open Control Center (swipe down from the top-right corner of the screen if you have an iPhone with Face ID, or up from the bottom of the screen if you have an iPhone with Touch ID) and swipe down in the Brightness bar.
Disabling Automatic Screen Brightness can also save battery power. If it is turned on, the brightness will be automatically adjusted depending on the lighting around, for example, it will increase if you are in the bright sun.
To turn off Auto Brightness:
- Open Settings and select Accessibility
Select Display & Text Size, then scroll down and turn off Auto Brightness
Disable pop-up notifications
When you receive notifications. iPhone screen turns on and uses up battery power. If pop-up notifications are not very important to you, then it is better to disable them:
- Open Settings and select Notifications
Select Show Thumbnails and click Never
You can also configure or disable notifications only for some applications by selecting the one you need in the list below.
Disable Push and Fetch emails manually
If you receive a lot of emails a day, then you can turn off automatic synchronization with your mailbox. Instead, you can only receive emails on your phone when you go directly to your inbox and update it. You can also configure that synchronization occurs at a certain time and a certain number of times a day.
To disable them:
- Open Settings and select Mail
- Select Accounts, then select Upload Data
Disable Push and check the Manually checkbox
Turn on Power Saving Mode
This is a great feature for saving battery power, but it does involve some trade-offs. When you turn on Power Saving Mode. some background processes on your device are paused, such as automatic downloads, iCloud backups, email sync, Hey, Siri, and the like.
Your device will automatically offer to switch to this mode when the battery charge is 20%, but you can turn it on manually at any time:
- Open Settings and select Battery
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Turn on Power Saving Mode
You can also add the inclusion of this mode through the Notifications item:
- Open Settings and select Control Center
- Choose Customize Controls
- Scroll down and find Power Saving Mode
- Click on the green plus opposite it
Now you can enable this mode in Control Center without going to Settings each time.
Why is it needed?
Battery technology has not kept pace with advances in other areas. Even the most advanced and expensive smartphone lives on a full charge for a day or two.
From all this, the following follows. we need to know how much more charge is left in the battery. Will the phone reach home or will you be left without a connection? And what is a person without a telephone in modern society? Not only does he disappear from the radar, you can’t get through to him. So also he himself will be deprived of access to information and services. Do not call a taxi, do not pay for the trip via nfs.
Therefore, one of the most important indicators in a smartphone is the battery indicator.
The problem is that this battery charge is often displayed as an icon. She is small and you can understand her condition only approximately. The gradation is approximately the following: full charge, half of the battery and little left can turn off.
Percentages in OnePlus (OxygenOS)
For example, in OnePlus (OxygenOS), percentages are enabled in the menu “Settings”. “Display”. “Status bar”. “Show battery charge in percent”.
How to find out the battery percentage on new iPhones
In the new iPhones, with a protrusion for the TrueDepth camera, there is little space left in the status bar. And the ability to display the charge was turned off. These are all models from iPhone X and older (iPhone XS, XS max, 11, 11 pro, 11 pro max).
But how much charge remains as a percentage, you can still find out. To do this, just swipe down from the upper right corner to get to the “Control Center” menu.
How to turn on battery percentage on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
On all iOS gadgets without the TrueDepth camera bump, turning on the battery percentage in the status bar is as easy as shelling pears. It is enough to find the item “Battery” in the settings and enable the option “Charge in percent”.
Available on iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus.
How to get Battery Percentage on iPhone 11
Battery percentages in Android
Unlike iOS, Android has no general solution to the problem. They may differ in each system.
We need to know the charge more accurately and in percentage.
I myself used iOS for a long time and there used to be the percentage of the battery turned on by a simple switch in the settings. In the new iPhones, this item was removed, but there is still a way.
This is not the case on Android. There are a lot of manufacturers and almost all of them have their own shells (add-on over standard Android). Everywhere everything is different.
How to enable battery percentage display on Android and iOS?
The main problem with modern smartphones is their autonomy. The phones were equipped with powerful processors and large data stores. And also huge beautiful screens. But one of the main problems has not yet been resolved.
- Why is it needed?
- We need to know the charge more accurately and in percentage.
- How to turn on battery percentage on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
- How to find out the battery percentage on new iPhones
- Battery percentages in Android
- Percentages in OnePlus (OxygenOS)
- Percentages in pure Android