iBatteryInfo provides useful battery data when unplugging your device

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If you wanna see more details about your battery, this tweak called iBatteryInfo!
As you can see in the image above, the tweak show you when you pluged in your iPhone, how charged your device is(measured in mAh), what its battery’s max capacity is (also in mAh), and whether or not it’s really fully charged.

That last spec is nice because sometimes your device will say it’s fully charged, but it’s really not. Total charging cycles, your battery’s serial number and a few cable details like Watts and amperage output round out the available data.

This tweak is called iBatteryInfo and you can find it in Cydia, in the BigBoss repo for free.

Let me know what do you think!


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