How To Show iPhone 14 Battery Percentage

With the release of iPhone 14, Apple has decided to change how the battery percentage is displayed. Now, it is hidden by default and must be enabled in the settings. In this blog post, we will show you how to enable battery percentage on your iPhone 14!

The iPhone 14 lineup has left many people wanting a certain feature that was present on previous models. The notch, which houses the camera and other features for both front-facing cameras as well as sensors in back of course means there's less space available to display battery percentage information - but don't worry! We'll show you how easy it can be accessed even if they're not giving us what we want now...

As long as your device supports Firmware updates (which all new iPhones do), installing an app called Battery Percentage will give users quick access right where ever they are at any given moment understanding exactly why this matters to iPhone 14 users.

If you're anything like me, you want to squeeze every bit of life out of your iPhone's battery - especially now that we all have to pay for those pesky extra gigabytes of storage! So knowing how much battery power you've got left is really important.

How to show iPhone 14 battery percentage and all other iPhones

iOS Batteries Widget

The easiest way to always have your iPhone 14 battery percentage available is using a widget on the home screen or in another app page. Press and hold an empty area, then tap Batteries at top left corner of display (or swipe down if there's not enough room). Choose Medium/Large status graphic for quick access!

Widget in Today View

In order to access your iPhone 14's battery percentage from the Lock Screen or Home Screens, you will need a Status Bar Widget. From here on out we'll refer as such! First things first: go into edit mode by pressing and holding in an empty space near where it says "Home." Tapifications should appear; choose Batteries at bottom left corner of screen then tap medium size button (or large if desired) next time around when prompted with option picker menus asking what type/size widget one wants make sure the On option is checked.

Now that you have Battery Percentage added as a widget, it will show up in your Today View which you can access either by swiping down from the top of any home screen or by pressing on the Home button and scrolling to the far right.

Control Center

If you want to see your battery percentage without using a widget, simply swipe down from the top right corner of your iPhone.

Siri

And if you want to know what the battery percentage on your iPhone 14 is, just say "Hey Siri what's my battery percentage" and it will tell you!

How To Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 14 Without Swiping Down

There are a few ways to do this. One is to go into Settings and tap on Battery. Then, turn on the toggle for Show Percentage. Another way is to install a third-party battery widget. There are many available in the App Store, but my personal favorite is BatteryPercentX because it's minimalist and easy to read. Finally, you can also show your battery percentage by swiping down from the top of your screen (just like you do to see your notifications). This last method requires that you add the Battery percentage indicator to your Control Center. To do this, open up Settings and tap on Control Center. Then, scroll down and tap on Customize Controls. Next, find Battery Percentage and tap on the green + sign to add it to your Control Center. Now, you can swipe down from the top right corner of your iPhone and see how much battery life you have left!

Knowing how much battery power you've got left is really important, especially now that iPhone 14 users have to pay for those pesky extra gigabytes of storage! So in this blog post, we'll show you three different ways to always have your iPhone's battery percentage available. Whether you want to see it on the Lock Screen, Home Screens or in Today View, we've got you covered!

About the author, Phil Borges

Phil Borges is a battery aficionado. He's written extensively about batteries, and he loves nothing more than discussing the latest innovations in the industry. He has a deep understanding of how batteries work, and he's always on the lookout for new ways to improve their performance.