Bluetooth devices are great as they are easy to carry around, and most importantly, there is no need to handle continuous cables. Everything works fine for the time you immediately charge them when needed. If you forget it, it can be a real pain to get things done without them. especially with Bluetooth keyboard and mouse. Fortunately, there is a way to control the battery levels of connected devices on the Mac.
If you happen to work with your Mac, you'll probably already know. But if you don't know how to get the battery percentage for Bluetooth devices, see the guide below to learn the process.
To view the battery level of Bluetooth devices on Mac
Step # 1
] Step # 2. Under System Preferences, click Bluetooth and check the box next to "Show Bluetooth in the menu bar." This is an optional step if you already have a Bluetooth icon in the menu bar. 
Step # 3. Click now on The Bluetooth icon in the menu bar and navigate the mouse pointer over the connected device name. Pop-Out windows will show the battery level on that device.
In addition to this method, one is to control the battery levels of the Bluetooth keyboard and mouse. Let's see how you do it.
Check the battery level of the Bluetooth keyboard and mouse in system settings
Step # 1. As usual, click the Apple logo and then click System Settings.
. ] Step # 2. Now click on Keyboard and under the lower left corner you will notice the battery level on the keyboard.
Step # 3. For To check the battery level of the mouse, return to System Preferences and click Mouse . Like the keyboard, you will notice the battery concentration of the mouse at the bottom left corner of the window.
Apart from the user interface-based method, there is another way to control the battery levels keyboard and mouse using Terminal. This is not an ideal method for ordinary users, but if you mostly work at the terminal, this is the convenient way to control battery levels.
How to check battery levels of Bluetooth device on Mac using Terminal App
Step # 1. If you are not already in the Terminal app start it.
Step # 2. Copy the below specified code in terminal to get battery percentage of the keyboard.
ioreg -c AppleBluetoothHIDKeyboard | grep & # 39; "BatteryPercent" = & # 39;
Step # 3. On check the battery concentration of the Bluetooth mouse copy and paste submerged code into Terminal :
ioreg -c BNBMouseDevice | grep & # 39; "BatteryPercent" = & # 39;
That's it. With these three different methods, you can easily keep track of the battery levels of the connected Bluetooth devices.
Controlling the battery levels of connected devices hardly a few seconds, but doing so
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