The iPhone 11 series is without a doubt one of the most spectacular launches from Apple. Despite all the high-end features, the phone series seems to be missing one of the most basic features: the battery level icon is hidden on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max. All iPhones with a notch (the TrueDepth camera cut-out at the top of the display) face a similar issue. This includes the iPhone X, XS, XS Max, XR, 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
Mentioned below are some of the steadiest and easiest ways to check your iPhone’s battery whenever the need be.
1. View in Control Center
The most accessible and easiest way to check one’s iPhone’s battery percentage is to activate Control Center. In order to do so, swipe down from the top-right corner of the display, just where the battery icon is. Once completed, users will be able to see the exact battery percentage remaining on their smartphones.
2. View in Batteries Widget
Users can easily check on the battery percentile via the “Batteries” widget. In order to do so, open the Today View by swiping right on the lock screen or the first page of the home screen.
Upon adding the Batteries widget, one will see their iPhone’s battery percentage right away.
3. Ask Siri
In case you don’t want to type or use your fingers a lot, simply ask Siri “What’s my iPhone’s battery percentage.” The digital assistant will tell you exactly how much battery percentage is left for usage.
4. Plug it in
Every time your iPhone is plugged into charging, the battery percentile comes up on the screen. This will happen every time you switch on the screen, until the phone is not in charging.