Battery percentage is back!





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Our long national nightmare is over: battery percentage is finally back!
The battery percentage indicator in the iPhone’s status bar made a surprise reappearance in the latest iOS 16 beta.
Battery percentage is probably the most-missed feature Apple removed from the Home Screen when it introduced the “notch” with iPhone X in 2017.
Despite clamoring from users, Apple never brought it back, until now.
It only took five years, but better late than never. Perhaps the hole-and-pill design of the upcoming iPhone 14 has something to do with it?
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

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Tweetz o' the day
Basic Apple Guy
September iPhone Events 📱
2012: Sept. 12 (2nd Wed.)
2013: Sept. 10 (2nd Tue.)
2014: Sept. 9 (2nd Tue.)
2015: Sept. 9 (2nd Wed.)
2016: Sept. 7 (1st Wed.)
2017: Sept. 12 (2nd Tue.)
2018: Sept. 12 (2nd Wed.)
2019: Sept. 10 (2nd Tue.)
2020: None (Oct. 13)
2021: Sept. 14 (2nd Tue.)
One more thing ...
“Hollywood’s really different than Silicon Valley. And neither understands the other at all. People up here think being creative is some guys in their late 20s and early 30s sitting around old couches drinking beer thinking up jokes. It couldn’t be further from the truth. The creative process is just as disciplined as the technical process; it requires just as much talent. And yet people in Hollywood think technology is only as deep as something you buy. There’s no technical culture in Hollywood, they couldn’t attract and retain good engineers to save their life, because they’re second class citizens down there. Just like creative people are second class citizens in Silicon Valley.” – Steve Jobs.
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