Can you tell me how much battery life you have left? On an iPhone 13 (or an iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, or iPhone 13 Pro Max), the precise response isn’t always evident at first glance. Thankfully, there are two options for swiftly checking the battery life on your iPhone 13. How to do it is explained below.
A Swipe Is All You Need to Check Your I Phone’s Battery Life
Let’s be honest: the notch at the top of the screen on the iPhone 13 does provide room for a larger display, but it does so at the expense of the status bar. If you enabled this option on your iPhone SE (or an older iPhone without a home button), you could always check your battery life at a glance.
The battery icon has been relegated to the corner on the iPhone 13 and its siblings. If you want to see the exact percentage, rather than just a rough estimate, launch Control Center. The battery icon is located in the upper-right area of the screen; swipe down from there to access this feature.
A battery percentage can be seen in the top right corner of the screen when Control Center is active. How much of your battery life remains before you need to plug it in for a recharge.
You may dismiss Control Center by swiping up from anywhere on the screen when you’re done monitoring the percentage. You can perform this simple battery test whenever you like.
Installing a Widget to View the I Phone’s Battery Life
The “Batteries” widget, available on the iPhone 13’s Today View or home screen, provides yet another option to rapidly view the battery’s remaining %.
Battery widget placement is accomplished by long-pressing an app icon until a menu appears, and then selecting “Edit Home Screen.” Click the plus sign (+) in the upper left corner of the screen.
To add the Batteries widget to your Today View or a home screen page, tap “Add Widget,” then drag it to the desired location. Choose “Done” when you’re ready to exit.
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The Widget Clearly Displays the Percentage of Battery Life Left on Your I Phone. Very Practical!
The widget’s name, “Batteries,” refers to the fact that it shows the remaining power of all connected devices, including AirPods and the Apple Watch.
In the event that you change your mind and decide you no longer want the Batteries widget, you can do so by entering “jiggle mode” by holding your finger on any icon on the home screen, tapping the minus button in the widget’s corner, and then releasing your finger. Finally, I wish you the best of luck!