The fifth beta version of the future version of iOS, version 16, was released by Apple not too long ago. The fifth beta version of the future version of iOS, version 16, was released by Apple not too long ago. The technological behemoth has finally implemented the much-requested addition to the status bar of the iPhone, which displays the percentage of remaining battery life. In the past, the percentage of remaining battery life would display in the status bar next to the battery icon. Apple, however, stopped adding this feature beginning with the iPhone X. According to recent reports, however, Apple will be bringing this feature back to all iPhones with the release of iOS 16.
It was announced that the fifth beta version of iOS 16 would be published, and it would add the battery percentage functionality that had been absent for the last several years.
Because the percentage of remaining battery life will now be shown directly next to the battery symbol in the status bar, iPhone users will no longer have to scroll down the control centre to check the remaining battery life of their devices.
Nevertheless, this function will not be turned on by default, and users will be need to go to the settings in order to activate it.
Under the battery tab of the settings menu, there is now a toggle switch that can be used to enable or disable the battery % feature. It has been reported that the iPhone XR, the iPhone 11, the iPhone 12, and the iPhone 13 Mini will not be receiving this functionality. However, it is possible that Apple may make this feature available for these iPhones at some point in the future. The iOS 16 operating system is speculated to be launched on September 16, with the iPhone 14 series; however, the Apple has not officially verified this information.