How to Fix Battery Percentage Missing from iPhone

A missing battery percentage icon on an iPhone can inflicted by random software glitches. But sometimes, it could be that the Battery Percentage option has been turned off. So better check your phone’s setting before troubleshooting the device. If the Battery Percentage is turned on and still the icon is missing, you will be able to fix this issue using the tweaks we have listed below.

Common missing battery icon Issues:

  • The battery percentage % is gone from the iPhone notification bar.
  • Can’t see battery level on iPhone.
  • Battery percentage not showing on iPhone notification bar.
  • Percentage missing from iPhone battery.


To solve this, we simply have to turn the “Battery Percentage” feature back on:

  • Go to Settings > General > Usage, make sure “Battery Percentage” is turned on.

If the Battery Percentage is still missing on the notification bar even after turning it on, try doing troubleshooting your iPhone device using the tweaks we have listed below:

Reboot your iPhone. Turning your iPhone off and on again will eliminate minor glitches affecting your iPhone’s system. Doing so will likewise refresh your iPhone’s entire system.

Reset All Settings. Should the underlying cause is an invalid or misconfigured values and options, restoring your phone’s all settings to default will help fix the problem. Creating a back-up isn’t necessary as this reset won’t cause data loss. Hence, it will simply delete customized settings. Go to Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset All Settings, enter your device passcode and confirm.

Factory Reset. If the problem still persists, you can create a back-up and restore your iPhone to factory default settings. Doing so will give your iPhone a clean iOS re-installation. Simply head to Settings -> General -> Reset -> Erase all content and Settings, enter device passcode and confirm. After the factory reset, you will be routed to the Welcome Screen. Just follow the onscreen instructions to set up your iPhone as new again.

If neither of these options help you fix the problem, don’t hesitate to contact your iPhone provider or Apple Support for further assistance.

We hope that we are able to help you fix the problem on your device. Should you find this post relevant, feel free to spread the news.

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