Low Power Mode Flipswitch Toggle

Low Power Flipswitch is a new Flipswitch toggle that allows you to quickly enable or disable Low Power Mode on iOS 9 devices. Flipswitch is the long-running framework that lets developers access standard toggles, and create new toggles.

With a tweak like Ryan Petrich’s FlipControlCenter, which was recently updated to support iOS 9, users can easily enable a Low Power Mode toggle that’s directly accessible via Control Center. Check out the rest of this post for more details.

Low Power Flipswitch

As mentioned, you’ll need to install the Low Power Flipswitch Toggle, along with a jailbreak tweak that takes incorporates Flipswitch toggles, such as FlipControlCenter. Once you do, go into the tweak’s preferences, and make sure the Low Power Flipswitch toggle is enabled.

Low Power Flipswitch FlipControlCenter

In the example above, you can see that I have the Low Power Mode toggle as a part of my active switches for Control Center. Therefore, whenever I invoke Control Center, I can quickly enable of disable Low Power Mode without venturing into Settings → Battery.

As we’ve seen from previous posts, Low Power Mode is a great way to save on energy, because it cuts down on system effects and heavily throttles an iPhone’s CPU performance to save battery life. It’s not something I would use 24/7, but it can certainly be helpful if you’re in a bind and you need to save battery life.

Thanks to the iOS 9 jailbreak, it’s now even easier to enable and disable Low Power Mode on the fly. Do you plan on using the Low Power Mode toggle on your jailbroken iPhone?

  • alfon_sico

    Please some should talk with Ryan and suggest doing the same tweak switching on/off touching I over battery icon upper right

    • :D

      Use Activator – short hold on the right of the status bar

  • Tony Trenkle Jr.

    Actually it appears theres a low power switch already in FlipControlCenter. I just looked!

  • rockdude094

    they should really fix the ugly yellow low power icon

    • Morgan Freeman

      What color would you like it to be? Black is taken. Green is taken. Red is taken. Yellow makes sense for low power mode. Think of traffic lights…

      • rockdude094

        Mr. Freeman, I’d like to think outside the box. perhaps there are idk a bazillion other colours to choose from. Let me give you an example .. light blue

      • Morgan Freeman

        Think of traffic lights. Green- good to go. Red- stop/out of power (darn close). Yellow- slow down/low power mode. Makes perfect sense. Light blue is arbitrary and not the logical choice.

      • rockdude094

        some things are aesthetically pleasing it’s not meant to be logical

      • Morgan Freeman

        That’s true, I agree. However, I think when it comes to something like battery level, it should be logical. I also think the logical color coding which includes yellow for low power mode is aesthetically pleasing. Maybe even more so pleasing because it’s also logical.

      • John

        Apple doesn’t really want you to use low power mode, your only supposed to use it when it’s an emergency, the yellow alerts you so you can notice and find somewhere to charge your phone faster.

  • burge

    On/off wifi calling

  • Iliya Motamedi

    in FlipControlCenter if i tap on vpn toggle cause phone go to safe mod !

  • votdfak

    Activator not jelling with one of the following tweaks:
    VirtualHome
    NoSlowAnimations
    RevealMenu
    SwitcherTweak
    Mousai

  • Eyal Rotem

    FlipControlCenter and latest Activator have the Low Power mode built-in.
    no need for a separate tweak.

  • Lucas Rey

    Got it, thank you.
    FlicControlCenter + SBProfile is the reason because my iPhone is jailbroken… (plus a lot of other tweaks, sure 😛 )

  • mo7amed

    is there is any tweaksimilar to tinygrid?

  • Lemerio P.

    I can’t help but wonder why apple didn’t put such a toggle to begin with in iOS 9’s design.

  • iPhoneWINS

    its built into flip control center