iOS 12 Battery Percentage Stuck on iPhone? Here's the fix


Some iPhone Users had reported a problem that, after upgrading iOS 12 their iPhone battery percentage doesn’t change for a while. It has remained stuck at 1%. It seems to be a very frustrating issue for you right..? Yup…I know how it feels to be… because I too had experienced this same issue before a few weeks. Then somehow, I had fixed this “iOS 12 Battery Percentage Stuck on iPhone” issue with the help of the tricks suggested by my friend Robin. Here, I gonna share those tricks with you so that you can also fix it so easily.

Fix 1: Restart your device

  1. Firstly, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the slider appears.
  2. Slide to power off and then wait for a few seconds.
  3. Again, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until you see an Apple Logo to restart it.

Note: Before doing this, connect your iPhone into a power source and then follow the steps given above.

Fix 2: Reset All Settings

  1. Go to Settings->General->Reset.
  2. Select “Reset All Settings” under Reset
  3. Enter passcode if required and then tap “Reset All Settings” in the pop-up box to confirm the action.

Note: When you Reset All Settings, your iPhone will remove all Bluetooth pairing details, saved Wi-Fi Networks & Passwords, and APN & VPN Settings.

Fix 3: Restore your iPhone in Recovery/DFU Mode

Before doing it make sure that you took a backup because this action will erase all data on your phone.

  1. Connect your iPhone via Lightning (USB) cable to the Mac or PC.
  2. Open iTunes on your PC or Mac. Make sure that iTunes is upgraded to latest version.
  3. Press and hold the Home Button and Wake/Sleep (Power) button at top right of the iPhone simultaneously.
  4. Hold both buttons until the Apple logo appears.
  5. Don’t leave it after seeing Apple logo appears.
  6. Keep holding until the recovery mode screen appears. A box will open with three option. Choose “Restore”. Wait until the process is finished.
  7. Then restart your device forcibly (step 3 & 4).

Fix 4: Contact Apple Support

If your device is under any Warranty Status, you can Contact Apple Support for further Repair or Replacement.

Fix 5: Factory Reset

  1. Go to Settings->General->Reset.
  2. Tap “Erase All Contents and Settings”.
  3. A pop-up box will appear with three options: Back Up Then Erase, Erase Now, and Cancel.
  4. If you want to back up your device, tap “Back Up Then Erase”.
  5. If you have already taken a Backup, tap “Erase Now”.
  6. Then restore your phone From iCloud and iTunes Backup.

Note: Before doing this fix, it is advisable to take a backup of all your data because it will erase all data from your iPhone.

Fix 6: Check for Battery

  1. Leave your iPhone until its charge dies completely.
  2. Wait for a few seconds.
  3. Then plug your iPhone into a power source and check for battery percentage.

Fix 7: Set “Date & Time” Automatically

  1. Launch Settings ->General.
  2. Scroll down to see Date & Time and then tap it.
  3. Enable Set Automatically.

Fix 8: Remove iPhone Case

Sometimes your iPhone Case will make your touch to be less responsive. Just take off everything and then give a try.

Fix 9: Clean Lightning Port

Make sure that the Lightning Port is not damaged. If there is any dust/debris is found on your charging port just clean it out with a gentle brush smoothly.

Fix 10: Hard Reset

Force restart/Hard Reset ( iPhone 7)

  1. Press and hold the Wake/Sleep (Power) button at the right of the iPhone.
  2. Press and hold the Volume Down button on the left side while holding the Wake/Sleep button.
  3. Wait until the Apple logo appears.

Force restart/Hard Reset ( iPhone 8 and iPhone X)

  1. Press Volume Up button and then release it quickly.
  2. Press Volume Down button and then release it quickly.
  3. At last, press and hold the Side button (Wake/Sleep button) until the Apple logo appears.

Fix 11: Turn On Low Power Mode

  1. Launch Settings.
  2. Scroll down to see Battery and then tap it.
  3. Turn On Low Power Mode.

Fix 12: Check for Charging Cable and Power Source

  1. Make sure that you are using the charger that came with your iPhone.
  2. Check if there is any damage to the charger and the socket.
  3. If the charger and the socket are not good, try another charger.

Other Solutions:

  • Make sure that you are using the latest version of iOS on your device.
  • Use a certified different Charger and Cables and give it a try.

Hope any one of the above fixes will be helpful for you. If you find this article as useful or if you know any other solutions to fix this issue then kindly share with me through your comments below. Thank You…

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