Install iOS 16.5 for Better Battery Percentage Indicator
If you missed iOS 16.4.1, iOS 16.4, iOS 16.3.1, iOS 16.3, iOS 16.2, iOS 16.1.2, iOS 16.1.1 and iOS 16.1, iOS 16.5 fixes an annoying issue with iOS 16's battery percentage indicator.
Those of you who used iOS 15 might remember there wasn't a way to add a permanent battery percentage indicator to your iPhone's status bar. Well, iOS 16 solved that.
Thanks to Apple's new operating system, there's now a way to permanently add your iPhone current battery level to your status bar.
That said, prior to the release of iOS 16.1, the battery icon appeared full, even when your iPhone's battery was draining. A weird oversight but one that fortunately Apple fixed.
With iOS 16.5, iOS 16.4.1, iOS 16.4, iOS 16.3.1, iOS 16.3, iOS 16.2, iOS 16.1.2, iOS 16.1.1, or iOS 16.1 on board your iPhone, the battery icon will deplete and the number will go down giving you an accurate look at your device's remaining battery life.
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11/29/2022 at 1:15 pm
16.1 version is messing with my (encrypt. me) VPN app and my banking app. I have to turn the VPN app off to use my banking app.
03/15/2023 at 1:52 pm
Since updating to 16.3.1, my phone keeps freezing/crashing and restarting. Why is this happening??
03/30/2023 at 4:11 pm
Too many sites have new emojis as a main reason to upgrade (why?). I was going to blow 16.4 off since emojis are not important until I found much more important reasons that many sites ignore but were covered here.
04/29/2023 at 11:44 pm
I cannot access my apple ID after updating to 16.4.1