How to Check Beats Battery on iPhone

Charlotte Daniels

iPhone, Tutorials

Are you a proud owner of an iPhone with Beats headphones? If so, you might be wondering how to check the battery level of your Beats headphones directly from your iPhone.

Well, you’re in luck! In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps to check the battery level of your Beats headphones using your iPhone.

Step 1: Connect Your Beats Headphones to Your iPhone

The first step is to ensure that your Beats headphones are properly connected to your iPhone. You can do this by enabling Bluetooth on your iPhone and pairing it with your Beats headphones. Once connected, proceed to the next step.

Step 2: Open the Control Center

To check the battery level of your Beats headphones, you need to access the Control Center on your iPhone. To do this:

  • On iPhones with Face ID: Swipe down from the top-right corner of the screen.
  • On iPhones with a Home button: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen.

Step 3: View Battery Percentage

In the Control Center, look for the section that displays information about connected devices. Here, you will find an icon representing your Beats headphones along with their battery percentage.

If you don’t see the battery percentage immediately, it might be hidden. Don’t worry!

You can easily enable it by customizing Control Center settings. Simply go to “Settings” > “Control Center” > “Customize Controls” and tap on the “+” icon next to “Batteries”. This will add a dedicated battery widget to your Control Center.


If you have multiple Bluetooth devices connected to your iPhone, make sure that your Beats headphones are actively playing audio or in use. Otherwise, the battery percentage might not be displayed.

Step 4: Understanding Battery Levels

Now that you know how to check the battery level of your Beats headphones, it’s essential to understand what the percentages mean:

  • 100% – 95%: Your Beats headphones are fully charged and ready to go.
  • 95% – 10%: Your Beats headphones have a decent amount of battery remaining.
  • 10% – 1%: Your Beats headphones are running low on battery and need to be recharged soon.
  • 1% or less: It’s time to plug in your Beats headphones for charging. Don’t worry; they won’t completely die immediately after reaching 0%. You’ll still have some time before they turn off.


You’ve successfully learned how to check the battery level of your Beats headphones using your iPhone. Now you can keep track of their battery life and ensure uninterrupted music listening experiences!

If you ever encounter any issues with your Beats headphones’ battery or connectivity, don’t forget to consult the official Beats support website or reach out to their customer support for further assistance.

Note: The steps mentioned in this tutorial may vary slightly depending on the model of your iPhone and Beats headphones. However, the general process remains the same across most devices.

We hope you found this tutorial helpful! Stay tuned for more useful tips and tricks for your iPhone and other devices!

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