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Friday, 19 January 2018

Do not set the battery percentage of your iPhone

It is quite possible that while you are reading this article, your gaze will be diverted instantly to the percentage of the battery located at the top of your device's screen, in the iOS status bar.

Why do we spend the day contemplating the percentage of the iPhone's battery? After all, however much we look ... it will not change. Well, yes, it will obviously decrease. But this fact causes us an unnecessary and completely irrelevant anxiety .

If you do not want to spend the day wishing that your battery never runs out and you do not have to go for the adapter and the USB Lightning cable to charge your device ... simply disable this functionality. That's right, it's possible to make your iPhone stop displaying the battery percentage indicator in the status bar.

Pure and hard psychology. Out of sight, out of mind.

How to deactivate the battery percentage of your iPhone

That small, apparently innocent number, located next to the battery icon in the upper right corner of your iPhone, your iPad or your iPod touch is a chaotic countdown to a catastrophic disaster.

Observing how the percentage of the iOS battery is decreasing can even be obsessive . Probably your stress levels begin to increase as soon as the percentage reaches 45% ...

Maybe you did not know that it is possible to eliminate this psychological factor from your mind. Well, it's very easy, that's how you can eliminate the battery percentage of your iPhone and iPad:

1. Open iOS Settings.

2. Access the Battery section.

3. Disable the option "Battery percentage".

From now on, if you are watching your favorite Netflix series or if you are playing your favorite multiplayer game ... your look will no longer deviate towards the percentage.

In addition, iOS will continue to provide (by default) the battery icon without showing the percentage. This way you will know when you have to load your terminal. In fact, it will be a good thing for the life of your battery , since it is not advisable to do it at less than 15% or stop doing it at 100%.

Via | Mashable 

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