While it’s easy to show the percentage of battery on your iPhone, sometimes you might not be able to or see your device to see it. For example, maybe your cellphone is charging in another room. In such situations, you can monitor it from your Apple Watch. This is easily done with various third-party applications. Let’s learn more.
The Best Apps to Check iPhone Battery Status from Apple Watch
With this application, you can also personalize settings and choose to receive alerts when your iPhone battery level reaches a certain level. Some come at a nominal price, but many also are free.
How to Display iPhone Battery Percentage on Apple Watch
After you choose the application from the suggestions above, you should get it on your device. If you have the latest watchOS 6, you can directly install the application on your Apple Watch. If you are using an older watchOS, follow these steps:
- Install the application that you selected to your iPhone from the App Store. In this article, we will install the PhoneBattery application.
- Once installed, open the Apple Watch apps on your iPhone.
- Scroll through the list of applications to find installed. Tap Install to install it on your Apple Watch.
- Wait for it to be installed and then turn on the switch next to Show Apps on Apple Watch, if it’s not already activated.
Now, to check the battery status of your iPhone from your Apple Watch, open the newly installed application on your watch.
If you use the Grid view on your watch, place your finger on the grid and move it until you see the application icon. Tap to open.
If you are using List view on your watch, scroll up or down until you find the application and tap to open it.
The percentage of your cellphone battery will be displayed on your Apple Watch.
Different applications have different adjustments. For example, you can choose to receive notifications when your iPhone’s battery reaches a certain level. This makes it useful even if you don’t use Apple Watch. Open the application on your iPhone to see what settings are available.
Although third-party applications make it easy to see the percentage of your iPhone battery from your wrist, it will be very useful if Apple introduces this function to its ecosystem. We hope this can be added in the future. Which application is most suitable for you? Let us know in the comments below.