Still around iOS 14, this article is about how to add a battery widget on iPhone (iOS 14). The latest release of iOS 14 has sparked a customization frenzy for iOS users like never before. This is mainly thanks to the support for native and third-party widgets on the home screen which allows you to easily access snippets of information without having to launch the app.
One of the preferred widgets on iOS 14 devices by many users is the ‘Battery’ widget. Yes! You now have native support for battery widget which means that you can monitor the battery level of all your connected devices in one place without having to launch a specific app or have to check the connected device itself.
This includes devices like Apple Watches, Airpods, BT speakers, other phones, DACs, and more. Having a battery widget on the home screen will help you see which devices need to be recharged easily and efficiently. This will help avoid you from running out of battery on your device during an important task.
Tap and hold on an empty area on the home screen depending on your device. You can also tap and hold touch on the home screen icon and select Edit Home Screen.
Once you are in editing mode, tap on + (plus) in the top right corner of your screen. If you are using an iPhone X or above, this icon will be available at the top left corner of your screen.
Now scroll down and tap on Batteries.
Scroll right and select the size of the widget you want to add. If you want to have more than two connected devices, I suggest you choose a medium or taller sized widget as it will be easier to keep track of all your connected devices.
Tap Add widget once you find the suitable size.
And that’s it, you should now have a native battery widget on your home screen.
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