“iOS 16” restores remaining battery percentage display in status bar – some “iPhone” not supported

Apple’s latest major software update, iOS 16, comes with a slew of exciting features. For example, the icon indicating the percentage of remaining battery is displayed again in the status bar. After downloading the new iOS 16 update, most iPhones, including the new iPhone 14, and all iPads will now display this battery icon. However, even iPhones that support iOS 16 don’t seem to support this new battery icon feature on some models.

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With iOS16, the battery life icon is back in the status bar on some iPhones.
Provided By: James Martin/CNET

Released September 12 US timeApple support pageAccording to Apple, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 13 mini do not display the remaining battery percentage in the status bar. So owners of these models will still have to swipe down to see Control Center if they want to see how much battery is left.

It’s unclear why these particular iPhones were excluded. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment on whether these models may display a remaining battery percentage in the future.

Other great iOS 16 features, such as editing and undoing messages, a customizable lock screen, and AirPods authenticity check, are now available on iPhones excluded from the update. battery icon.

If the iOS 16 update came with the battery level percentage display set by default, but for some reason you can’t see it on your iPhone (and your model isn’t one of the above),setting」>「batterythen “The remaining battery capacity (%)‘ must be enabled.

This article is from Red Ventures Overseasarticlewas published by Asahi Interactive for Japan.

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