In iOS 15, the little battery icon in the upper right corner would slowly deplete, giving you an approximation of how much battery you had left on your iPhone.
Now, in iOS 16, you can replace that with a number that tells you exactly how much is left inside of a battery-shaped icon. Trust me, it’s much better, but not because it’s more precise. If you’re the type of person who gets battery anxiety, this is better because the background stays completely full, eliminating the nagging feeling that your iPhone is about to die.
I love this because it gives you the information without the anxiety. You can see your battery percentage without the visual image that your battery–and, therefore, your device–is slowly headed to death.
5. Set up medications in the Health app.
If you take daily medications, the final thing you should do is set them up in the Health app. In iOS 16, you can now track your medications directly on your iPhone (and your Apple Watch).