With the entry of iPhones equipped with the FaceID function, Apple removed from its smartphones the option of tracking the exact battery percentage on the main smartphone bar. According to the manufacturer, the size of the camera cutout did not allow it. However, after modifications, Apple restored this feature in iOS 16, but it is only available for selected phones. With the release of the latest iOS update, this option is expected to return to all phones that support the FaceID function.
The upcoming iOS update to version 16.1 is to add this option to phones that have not yet received the option to display the percentage of battery charge on the phone. It is about the iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 13 mini. This information is confirmed by reports from iOS 16.1 beta testers.