With the coming of each new day, our mobile devices are becoming ever the more essential for us. Take for example an iPhone. A large part of an iPhone owner’s day is dependent on his iPhone. The iPhone is used to make and receive calls, it is used to send text messages, it is used more and more every day to keep in touch with the friends and the whole world at large through social networking apps. The iPhone also helps a person in remembering stuffs, to make important notes, to keep track of stuff, etc., with the help of apps like Evernote and Springpad. The iPhone even helps you in navigating easily through the traffic or guide you when you are out on an adventure through it’s multitude of map and guide apps. iPhone is invaluable for a business person who makes use of apps like Bloomberg and Roambi to manage his business data. Apart from all these, the iPhone can be used to listen to your favorite music and capture and store invaluable moments. This list will go on and on. but I am sure I have made it clear how important an iPhone can be for an iPhone owner.
To do all these however, there is another part of your iPhone which sustains it, the battery. With your iDevice being used 24/7, the battery tends to run out often. Especially when you are playing a game or watching a video on it. Keeping track of your battery’s power status is extremely important in this case. The default battery backup indicator of the iDevice does not give a clear indication of how much juice is left in the battery. It is only indicative.
Knowing the percentage of life left in the battery would be very helpful.
There is a simple way to do this and it is available right in your iPhone.
Tap the Setting app, go to General, next go to Usage. Here simply turn on the Batter Percentage switch. That’s it, we can now see the battery life in percentage along with the bar.