How to Check Bluetooth Battery on iOS 12 (iPhone & iPad)

Many Apple users have a question “How to check Bluetooth headphones battery on iPhone?”. You can get clear conversation through Bluetooth headset. Bluetooth headset is very safe for driving. It needs power for working. So you have to instantly check the battery level of your Bluetooth device. Many users don’t know how to check the battery level. Here I am going to tell you how to check the Bluetooth battery level on iOS 12.
Method 1: Check via Battery widget

  1. Connect your Bluetooth headphones/headset to iPhone.
  2. Swipe the screen from left to right.
  3. Find the Battery/Batteries widget. There you can see the Bluetooth device battery percentage along with iPhone battery percentage.

If you can’t see the Battery widget,

  1. Swipe the screen from left to right.
  2. Tap “Edit”.
  3. Scroll down to find the Battery Widget. Tap “+” symbol next to Battery widget.
  4. Tap “Done”.
  5. Now you can see the battery percentage of all connected devices including Bluetooth device.

Method 2: Check via Music App

  1. Open Music app.
  2. Play any song.
  3. Tap “…”.
  4. There you can see the name and battery percentage of connected Bluetooth device.

Method 3: Ask Siri
You can get the battery percentage of the connected Bluetooth device through Siri Command.

  1. Press and hold the Power Button to wake up Siri. If you have iPhone X, press and hold the Side Button.
  2. Ask a question like “what is the battery percentage of Bluetooth headphones?”. It will show you the exact battery percentage of connected Bluetooth device.

If you know any other ways to check Bluetooth battery percentage on iOS 12, let us know through your comments.

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One response to How to Check Bluetooth Battery on iOS 12 (iPhone & iPad)

Iphone XR running IOS 12.1.2, Bluetooth wireless earbuds – brand Aukey.
Options 1 & 3 work to see my earbuds battery level. Option 2 does not. When doing #2, Playing a song, at the bottom of the screen, i see my headphones name and "…".
—> (()) AUKEY EP-B40 … <—
When I tap the … I get a menu that asks me if i want to delete the song from my library, add it to a playlist, love it or dislike it, or cancel.
Tried tapping on my headphone name instead, and I get a window of devices that I presumably could send my audio output to, but still no battery level of my earbuds.
Like I said, Option 1 & 3 do work. Thanks for posting how to do those methods.

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