Have you ever wondered what PowerColor Status Bar Battery Color Transitions do in iPhone? This article will tell you about iPhone's new feature. This will show the current battery life of an iPhone next to its icon, and it also changes the color of the status bar from green to red when the battery is low. The one most remarkable thing about this feature is that you can change how long it takes for these transitions to occur - from 5 seconds to 1 minute.
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How does PowerColor status bar battery color transition in iPhone work?
How would you like to see the status of your iPhone's battery? The PowerColor tweak lets you view colors in a gradient scale to see the battery's charge status in a range of colors from green (fully charged) to red (empty). It will show you the battery life in percentage, and also it can be customized to change the color according to your preferences/needs and that you would know where is the battery power level at any time when using it.
To set up different colors for PowerColor Status Bar Battery Color Transitions, simply follow the below steps:
- Go to Settings
- Locate the PowerColor battery icon
- Enable the button which will bring you the Custom Color tab
- Choose or set your preferred color:
- yellow-orange - 50, 40 & 30% battery life
- dark orange to red - 25, 20 & 15% battery life
If something goes wrong or you feel like going back to the original setting, there is an option to restore colors back to default.
Why does my iPhone battery icon look yellow?
It's probably no surprise that your iPhone's battery icon shows up in multiple stages depending on the battery's charge, whether it's fully charged, almost empty, or white or black, depending on the color of the screen. The battery icon may turn yellow when you've enabled Low Power Mode in iOS 9.
It is an excellent option for iPhone users with low battery life or for those whose devices run out of battery quickly. To return your iPhone battery to its normal color, such as black, red, green, or white rather than yellow, follow the steps below to turn off the Low Power mode.
- Go to Settings Menu.
- Look out for the Battery option and select.
- To disable it, tap or slide the button to the right of Low Power Mode.
What are the explanations behind these battery colors on iPhone?
Each color has its own meaning. It indicates the iOS device's battery life. It is important that you know and are familiar with the meaning of each color. This way, you can easily monitor your iPhone's battery life and take appropriate measures to avoid an unexpected shutdown.
GREEN – This shows that there is a 100% or more charge on your iOS device, which means you will be able to use your device for a long time.
RED – The red color means that there is only about 0%-20% of battery life left on your iOS device, which means that it can shut down at any moment. Plugin the charger as soon as possible to avoid unexpected shutdowns. If this happens frequently, you might want to check out what causes a battery drain on your iPhone.
YELLOW – You have enabled the Low Power Mode, or that there is about 20%-40% of the iOS device's charge left, which means you can use it for several hours more. However, we recommend plugging in your charger as soon as possible because it will run out of power quickly.
WHITE – The screen's color is dark. You can either connect the charger, turn on Low Power Mode, or change the background color.
BLACK – The background color of the screen is light. You can either connect the charger, turn on Low Power Mode, or change the background color.
How to check what's draining your iPhone battery?
If ever you find that your battery life is going down more quickly than before, or if it's happening without any signs of trouble from settings, then there could be a few different reasons. The first thing to check would be an app because some can drain the device pretty quickly and force users in dangerous situations towards getting less out of their devices when they really need them most.
You can open the Battery menu to see which apps have been using your battery. Just go into Settings, tap on "Battery" and scroll all the way down to the Battery Usage App section, where you'll find a list for each individual app with its own information about how much power it used up that day or week.
Battery life is one of the most important aspects when it comes to your smartphone. It's not always easy to monitor and keep an eye on how much battery you have left, especially if you use a lot of apps or listen to music with headphones all day long. The PowerColor feature in iPhone tries to make things easier for you by showing different colors that indicate what percentage the battery has left. We hope you find this post informative, interesting, and useful at the same time.