iOS has always been about simplicity and ease of use. In the battery department, that meant showing or hiding the battery percentage. In iOS 8, Apple added a feature to show you which apps are draining your battery the most. This is cool, but what if you wanted to know what times you’re draining your battery the most? Or you’re wondering what processes are killing your battery?
DetailedBatteryUsage, developed by Hamza Sood aims to do exactly that. This tweak enables Apple’s internal battery information used only for testing. This includes battery usage based on processes, as well as a real-time graph of the battery drain. This can come in handy when you’re beta testing applications, experience crashing, or you simply want to have an in-depth view at your battery.
The biggest perk is that this tweak won’t reset, after a respring, or reboot. While, by default, the battery information gets reset during a respring or reboot. No opt-outs. Furthermore, the graph is a never ending graph, so you can see battery drainage ever since your last restore.
Though the tweak isn’t bloated with features, DetailedBatteryUsage shows some really cool and handy information. It’s definitely not a day-to-day tweak, but it does give you some useful information. DetailedBatteryUsage can be found on the BigBoss repo for free.