augustya

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How are you guys managing without a Battery Status Indicator on the iPhone X ? Any alternative that anyone has found out ?
 

D.T.

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I just use the battery graphic as a general indicator, and if I'm in some life or business critical situation that demands the use of my phone _and_ the graphic indicates it's low, I just pull a little and check out the %.

(I don't even "swipe", I pull down about a 1/2", take a look and push it back up).
 

Newtons Apple

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I have never worried about the battery. Charge while sleeping and return to the charger at the end of the day over 50% so it has never been an issue for me.

And yes I know other will have different experiences but the OP asked how I was managing . . . . just fine!
 
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augustya

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No what I also meant was with Managing is ? what is the solution to check what my battery percentage is while using the iPhone X !
 

sonicrobby

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No what I also meant was with Managing is ? what is the solution to check what my battery percentage is while using the iPhone X !
I do what Braddrum said, pull down notification center, and the % appears up top.
I also have the battery widget on the widget screens when swiping left on the home screen.

I do wish apple would just allow us to replace the graphic with the percentage. The battery graphic does no good IMO
 

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I either use reachability to pull the top of the screen down, then I can swipe down from just above the top app icon for a quick peek. Or, I swipe right from the 1st home screen to see the widgets, where I have added the battery widget to the top. Usually do the latter since it's just one quick motion.

I would like to see the battery % inside the battery icon, even though font would need to be small and crisp.
[doublepost=1512393415][/doublepost]Looks like this:

Untitled by Jeff , on Flickr
 
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