Many iDevice users have been complaining that their iPhone or iPad not showing Battery Widget. I have also had this same missing battery widget issue on my iPad pro. One of iPhone users gave me some solution to fix this problem. After trying these, I have no issue from then. Now, it shows battery widget normally. In this article, I am going to tell you how to get rid of this problem.
- Swipe the screen from left to right. You get an “Edit” button. Click it.
- Scroll down the page to find “Battery” widget.
- Click “-” symbol left to batteries. Then click “Remove”.
- If you haven’t get this symbol, under More Widget click “+” symbol. The click “Done” at the top right corner.
- Follow the step 1 and click “+” button left to batteries. Then click and hold the rearrange button and drag this to the top. Finally, click “Done”.
6. Make sure that Battery Percentage is disabled.
(Settings -> Battery -> Battery Percentage)
Then Restart your device.
Force restart/Hard Reset (till iPhone 6)
- Press and hold the “Home Button”.
- At the same time, press and hold the “Wake/Sleep (Power) button” at the top right of the iPhone while holding the “Home Button”.
- Hold both buttons until the screen goes “black” and wait until the “Apple logo” appears.
Force restart/Hard Reset ( iPhone 7)
- Press and hold Wake/Sleep (Power)” button.
- Press and hold the “Volume Down button” on the left side while holding the “Wake/Sleep (Power)” button.
- Wait until the “Apple logo” appears.
Force restart/Hard Reset ( iPhone 8 and iPhone X)
- Press “Volume Up button” and quickly release it. And then Press “Volume Down button” and quickly release it.
- At last, press and hold the “Power” button until the “Apple logo” appears.
Note: Don’t press “Volume Up” and “Volume Down” at the same time.
After restarting, unlock your device. And go to lock screen. Here you can see the battery widget.
If it doesn’t work for you, then you have to try these.
Reset All Settings
- Open “Settings”.
- Click “General”.
- Click “Reset” -> click “Reset All Settings”.
- Open “Settings” app on your iPhone.
- Then click “General” -> click “Software Update”. If an update available here, you just click “Download and Install”.
- Next, enter your passcode if prompted.
- Click “Agree” to the Terms and Conditions.
- Again click “Agree” to begin the process.