One iOS 9 feature that grabbed a bit of attention was Low Power Mode – – a function that enables users to eek as much battery life as possible from an iPhone or iPad that is on the verge of closing down. The function makes batteries last longer by lowering the device’s CPU speed, making the screen turn off faster and disabling things like automatic e-mail bring, background app refreshing, decreased network speeds and more. You lose some functions, but you get some battery life in return.

A brand-new jailbreak tweak is attempting to accomplish a similar goal with iOS 8, and it can be downloaded from Cydia today. Called ‘‘ Power Saver Mode,’ this tweak attempts to imitate iOS 9’s new function by disabling background app refresh, area services and cellular information when connected to WiFi while also enabling the standard Reduce Movement setting. The idea is to try and disable anything that will utilize battery power, especially when it is not needed, and while there have actually been battery conserving tweaks in the past, such as BattSaver, this one tries to imitate what Apple itself brought to the table with iOS 9.


Once set up via the repository, Power Saving Mode can be enabled by going to the Settings app before tapping on General > > Usage > > Battery Use. A basic toggle will trigger the tweak, and the exact same toggle can be utilized to deactive it also. When switched on, Power Saving Mode will certainly turn the battery sign yellow simply like the real thing carries out in iOS 9, so it’s simple to check whether it is turned on at a look. The tweak will also be instantly shut down once the gadget is connceted to a Lightning cable, too.


While not as powerful or as clever as the feature that is belonging to iOS 9, this tweak has the capability to a minimum of offer users a little more battery time when they need it. If your iPhone or iPad never rather lasts as long as you would like then this tweak might well be for you.


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