If there’s anything I find especially important when making the trek outside of my house each day, it’s ensuring that I always have a means of charging my iPhone and accessories to prevent their batteries from dying.
The power-off screen displays sliders that allow you to turn off your iPhone, see Medical ID, and trigger Emergency SOS. This screen should come up when you're trying to shut down your device. In case you randomly see this "slide to power off" screen too frequently for whatever reason, here are a few potential solutions to fix this issue.
Jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad means that you’ll spend a lot of time modding your handset’s appearance or behavior, and many of the add-ons that make this possible will necessitate some type of a refresh to take effect, be it a reboot or a respring.
When you’re jailbroken and in quick need of a respring, reboot, IdRestart, or Userspace Reboot, there’s no shortage of jailbreak tweaks that make accessing these capabilities easier.
Originally designed to make one-handed use of larger-displayed iPhones easier, Reachability is an often underused feature that holds a lot of potential.
The jailbreak community knows all about this potential, as jailbreak tweaks are seemingly always trying to make better use of the space at the top of the display upon summoning Reachability.
One of the flagship features of iOS 14 was the ability to add widgets directly to the Home Screen alongside your app icons.
This is something that iPhone users have wanted to do for a very long time, and while Apple certainly did wonders to make it a reality, they also kept the number of native widgets to a minimum.
The new iPad Air is Apple's first device with a re-engineered Touch ID fingerprint sensor, built into the tablet's Top button. The move has prompted some watchers to point out that a return of Touch ID in the next iPhone would be a welcome one.
The new fourth-generation iPad Air 4 (aka the iPad Pro killer) that was unveiled during today's prerecorded Apple event will ship with a 20-watt USB-C charger in the box.
Perhaps one of the most concerning thoughts jailbreakers have after pwning their handsets is the amount of battery drain they’ll experience after installing a bevy of jailbreak tweaks. Understandable as this may be, it’s important to remember that many developers do everything in their power to mitigate battery drain. Still, this effort doesn’t eliminate it wholeheartedly.
If you’re any be interested in tracking the amount of battery drain that your jailbreak tweaks impose on your device, then we’d strongly recommend a free jailbreak app called Dra1n by iOS developers MegaDev and Charlie While. Not only can it give you a better idea of the amount of battery discharge your handset exhibits each day, but it can also outline the suspected battery-hungry tweaks installed on your device.
One of the first things a clever iPhone thief will do upon stealing your expensive handset is turn it off so that you can’t call it to listen for your ringtone or use its built-in GPS receiver to track it via Find My iPhone. With this sentiment in mind, it’s amazing that Apple doesn’t require additional secure steps to fully power off your device.
iOS developer Greg Rabago (Greg0109) recognized this eyebrow-raising caveat and consequently developed a new jailbreak tweak called LockShut in an effort to prevent thieves from powering down your iPhone without your permission.
We’ve covered a plethora of extensions for the popular BottomToolBar tweak including Weather-BottomToolBar and Activity-BottomToolBar among others, but as time goes on, more and more options appear to present themselves in the form of novel BottomToolBar extensions.
The latest of such is a new and free release dubbed PowerBar by iOS developer XCXiao, which much like the name implies, brings a power-centric widget to the BottomToolBar interface.
According to a new report Thursday from IT Home, via MacRumors, Apple is planning to release a new power adapter this year that will be based on Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology.