Apple’s iOS 16.1 Beta 2 lock screen brings back the iPhone battery charging indicator.
The last time the battery charging indicator showed up was with the iOS 15 update. But since Apple rolled out the iOS 16, it vanished into thin air.
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The new iPhone 14 and 14 Plus is displayed during a launch event for new products at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, on September 7, 2022. – Apple unveiled several new products including a new iPhone 14 and 14 Pro, three Apple watches, and new AirPod Pros during the event.
Apple’s iOS 16.1 Beta 2: Lock Screen iPhone Battery Charging Indicator is Back
Apple has recently rolled out its latest iOS to various iPhone models shortly after it debuted the all-new iPhone 14 series. The new iOS 16 brings a couple of changes, specifically in the lock screen.
And one of the massive changes in the new software update is the removal of the battery charging indicator from the lock screen, as per the news story by 9to5 Mac.
Instead, Apple replaced the handy charging indicator at the top of the lock screen with new fancy widgets.
But this time, the Cupertino-based tech giant found a way to stuff the battery charging indicator again while still showing lock screen widgets.
How the New iPhone Lock Screen Charging Indicator Works
The comeback of the battery charging indicator on the iPhone lock screen sports some changes compared to its iOS 15 version.
The latest version shows the indicator but only for a limited time. Unlike in the previous iOS update, wherein it permanently sits on top of the lock screen.
The new charging indicator now only shows briefly when users charge their phones. But after a few seconds, the lock screen would start showing the widget once again. It should appear again once users wake up their iPhones.
Meanwhile, 9to5 Mac highlights that iPhone 14 Pro users would have to wake up their phones to see their battery percentage. It means that the Always-On display fails to include the charging indicator.
What’s New with iOS 16.1 Beta 2
But besides the return of the charging indicator in the lock screen, the iOS 16.1 Beta 2 brings a few fixes to notorious issues like the copy and paste prompts.
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CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 07: A view of the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are displayed during an Apple special event on September 07, 2022 in Cupertino, California. Apple unveiled the new iPhone 14 as well as new versions of the Apple Watch, including the Apple Watch SE, a low-cost version of the popular timepiece that will start st $249.
According to a recent report by Mac Rumors, Beta 2 finally fixes the annoying copy and paste prompts that first saw the light of day in iOS 16.
The latest update no longer asks iPhone users to approve everything they try to copy or paste something.
On top of that, Apple seems to be applying some final touches with its new battery icon. The Beta 2 rocks a slightly tweaked percentage status. It now shows what appears to be a new font, and it also got bigger.
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