A lot of people like to save their iPhone battery life, but only a few actually use the features Apple added that allows them to have more usage time. It’s called Low Power Mode. The reason behind that is complexity. Low Power Mode is located within the Battery page in your stock Settings app. And who usually go to such preference page on their iOS device?
Furthermore, unlike Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, Low Power Mode can’t be activated via a toggle from the Control Center. As a result, less and less people know about this useful feature nowadays.
Low Power Mode is extremely important, and it has proven to extend the battery life of your iPhone. If you don’t want to turn it on manually, there is a new jailbreak tweak that makes activating this functionality easier.
Turning on Low Power Mode At Certain Battery Percentage
- First thing you want to do is go on Cydia
- Install a Cydia tweak called Low Power Modder from the BigBoss repo
- Respring your iOS device
Now that your iPhone is back on, go to the Settings app. Tap on the preference page of Low Power Modder. From there, you will be able to configure a few things. Tap on the Enable toggle to initiate the tweak. Then, enter a value next to Custom Percentage.
Additionally, you can also tell Low Power Modder to automatically turn off Low Power Mode at a specific rate when the device is being charged.
Ultimately, this tweak doesn’t help you save more battery life. It acts as a tool to help you quickly turn on Low Power Mode when your iPhone or iPad reaches a certain battery life. Give it a try and let us know what you think of it.