How To - iPhone Guide iPhone Battery life Percentage Mode and track your battery usage Posted on September 18, 2017 6 min read 0 64 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr When the battery of your mobile is about to sink completely then there is an icon that is located at the top right corner shows a red signal our phone can be turned off probably when you desperately need it. But some of us still don’t know that we can check our iPhone battery life percentage and we can also track our battery usage on our phones. There is a small setting put up into the IOS that tends to provide such required information regarding what amount of energy remains in your phone. It would appear at the top right corner of the screen and obviously it provides a better understanding about your battery based on the precise information. Also we need to see what to do when our battery icon turns red but for now let’s see how we can play with those settings. Changing iPhone Battery life to percentage mode using below methods IOS 9 and Onwards Hit settings>tap battery>now slide Battery percentage to green/on IOS 4-8 Hit setting>Tap general (iOS 6 onwards) In case you have older OS then leave this step Tap Usage Now Slide Battery Percentage to green (in iOS 7 and up)/ On (in iOS 4-6). How to track battery usage There is some another interesting characteristic in iOS 9 and onwards on the battery setting screen that is really valuable as it tells about the battery usage. Perks of this feature: It provides a list of certain apps that have consumed a lots battery in last week and last 24 hours. You will be able to isolate those battery-consuming apps and think of removing them or use them nor excessively. How to use this feature: For altering the time scale for the reporting hit the last 24 hours/last 7 days buttons. By performing this act you will be able view the amount of percent of total battery used in that duration used by each app. There are many apps that comprise some basic information under them regarding what caused the usage. Apps organized from most battery used to least. Getting the detailed information about each app’s battery use For getting more information you need to tap the app the other thing you can do is to tap the clock icon that will be located at the top right corner of the Battery usage section. After getting this done the details and text will be slightly different under each app changes a bit. Those who are very concerned about the battery of their iphone should get the most out this short but useful information. By getting this through you will come to know about the certain battery-hogging apps that eat up your battery. There are some apps that are running in background use to consume battery fastly so it would be wise to keep tabs on it and put a full stop on them, avoid using them or use them rarely. These measures you need to take as it will turn the things positive and much better than before.