Why the iPhone battery indicator is so confusing

When you plug in your new iPhone and open up the Settings app, the battery indicator will flash red and blue.

But, what is that red and red light on the battery?

Is it the indicator on the back of your iPhone that you need to turn on to charge it?

Or is it the display on the screen that needs to be touched to charge your phone?

It’s a tricky one to figure out, but that’s the reason why the indicator is a major problem on the iPhone 5S.

The battery indicator on iPhone 5s, left, and iPhone 5C.

The iPhone 5B and iPhone 6 have an LED indicator on their back that is a big improvement over the iPhone 4S and 4.2.

But the iPhone is also missing the built-in battery charging light on its screen.

This has a bright blue light instead of the red and orange that we all know and love.

This has been a major issue with the iPhone, with many people not understanding why the battery charging indicator was missing.

The red light and LED indicator are a welcome addition, but there is no way to turn the LED off when charging your phone.

It is not just the iPhone that is missing a battery charging LED, as other manufacturers like the LG G4 and the Galaxy S5 also have the LED indicator.

The problem is that it doesn’t really work on iPhones with the built in battery charging Light.

In order to charge the phone, you have to touch the LED on the display.

This can be done on the Home screen, the lock screen, or on the Settings menu.

But on the home screen, you can’t touch the display, which is frustrating for many people.

So, what are the options for turning the LED OFF?

If you tap the LED, you’ll see a notification asking you to turn it on.

You can either tap on the LED once or twice, depending on your preference.

It can also be turned off by swiping down on the indicator and hitting the Home button.

But you can also use the power button to turn off the LED.

This works similarly to the Home menu, but is slightly different.

The Home button, in particular, will turn off a LED on a display if you press it a second time.

This is a bit odd, since it turns off a red LED indicator when the Home is pressed, but turns on the green LED indicator if you hold down the Home Button.

This may not be ideal for everyone, as turning off a small portion of the LED can be a bit inconvenient, but we like it.

The iPhone has the built into charging Light on its display, so you can tap the display and it will charge the device.

But it is missing an option for turning off the LEDs, so it will turn on only when you do.

And it’s a minor annoyance.

The other option is to turn them on when the phone is charging.

Theoretically, this should work, but it is a hassle to do when the battery is low.

But then, it’s even worse when the charger is not working.

The second option is a battery charger, but the iPhone doesn’t have one.

The only way to charge a battery is to plug in it.

The battery charger is usually in the iPhone’s charging dock.

So if you need a new battery, you need either to buy a new charger, or to get one that charges the phone.

But you have no way of knowing if the battery you’re buying will actually charge the battery when plugged in.

In fact, if the charger you want to use is not compatible with the phone’s battery, the only option is either to send it to a different battery charger and hope that it will work, or go to a repair shop and buy a battery replacement charger.

This is why you don’t always get the battery charger you’re looking for.

This makes battery charging a very tedious and frustrating process, especially for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

The most common reason for this is that the battery in the charging dock is not actually compatible with your iPhone’s battery.

That is to say, it doesn