How To Check Apple Battery, Bluetooth Handsfree Pencil Or On Ipad
about Apple Pencil we will not talk much, because this is an auxiliary device, about which thousands of articles have been written. This is a great toy, especially for iPad owners.
Both the Bluetooth headset (speakerphone) and the Apple Pencil are equipped with their own batteries to provide the user with freedom of movement and not force the iPhone or iPad to connect via data or a charging cable. Compared to the iPhone or iPad, we did not have an electronic display on audio devices that would show us the percentage of battery charge. On most Bluetooth headphones, we announce vocals when the battery is low. Some Planteonics handsfree models also estimate the number of hours remaining until the battery is fully consumed. The Apple Pencil is a little tricky to declare when the battery is nearly consumed. It would be nice to start writing “attention, you have to load me!” 🙂
And if we take a closer look at the iOS settings and options, we find that the Apple Pencil even “announces” when the battery is nearly empty. Or good. iOS shows the percentage of battery power for all devices connected via Bluetooth to iPhone or iPad.
As we can see, the battery energy level for devices connected via Bluetooth for iPhone and iPad
This is possible by adding a widget in the Notification Center.
Many users do not use the Notification Center, but for this area of operational information and notifications, like Apple and other manufacturers have developed applications with very useful widgets.
Just sliding up and down from the top of the screen, we have access to more information without having to open applications. Current weather, weather forecast days after actions, quick access to Photo camera applications, viewing reminders and calendar events, and even the battery level energy of the size of the device connected to your iPhone or iPad.
Swipe down from the top of the screen to open the Notification Center. Go to bottom and apam on “Edit”
Add widget “Batteries”and then click “Done” in the upper right corner to save changes to Notificatin Center.
After completing this step, we will see in the Notification Center how much battery we have on the Apple Pencil, handsfree or other Bluetooth device connected to the iPod or iPhone.