BattSaver Updated For iOS 9, Claims To Double your iPhone’s Battery Life

One of the most popular and regularly downloaded tweaks for jailbroken devices has been updated with full iOS 9 compatibility. Power conscious tweak, BattSaver, is the latest in a string of packages to be given an iOS 9 overhaul, bringing with it a number of improvements that introduced additional functionality to those interacting with the tweak, as well as bug fixes and stability enhancements that should make the BattSaver experience a lot smoother on all versions of iOS that it’s currently compatible with.

This latest version of BattSaver, which sees the version number bumped up to 2.1.0, first and foremost introduced support for the most current jailbreak on Apple’s iOS 9 firmware. That means users on iOS 9.0, 9.0.1, or 9.0.2 who have performed a jailbreak using the latest Pangu Team tool are able to enjoy the spoils of BattSaver. Version 2.1.0 also goes a little above and beyond just adding iOS 9 compatibility by introducing some new features that will improve the overall experience offered to those consuming the tweak by.


Support for the new iOS 9 Low Power Mode has been integrated into BattSaver. Low Power Mode is one of Apple’s new attempts for iOS 9 devices to save battery power by turning off non-essential activity on the device when the battery hits a certain percentage. This includes limiting things like automatic fetching of mail and other background network services. Version 2.1.0 also introduces a new feature that allows explicit management of power when the device is connected to cellular data, either 3G or 4G.


Individuals with an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, or iPhone 6s Plus will also notice that there’s been some improvements made for the larger screens on these devices. In addition to the noticeable and user-facing feature additions, BattSaver 2.1.0 is packed full of smaller, but highly important bug fixes that all add to a stable and extremely well supported package for jailbroken devices. The developer has even maintained backwards compatibility meaning that BattSaver continues to function for iOS 7 and iOS 8 as well.


If you’re experiencing battery issues on your recently jailbroken device, and want to get a better handle on how to manage it and preserve battery life, then BattSaver for iOS 9 could be the perfect solution considering it claims that it’s the only tweak that can “double your battery life”.

The tweak can be found in the BigBoss repo in Cydia, and will set you back $3.99.

For tutorials on how to jailbreak iOS 9, 9.0.1, 9.0.2:

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