April 23, 2024
Apple to Provide iPhone Battery Life Logging

Apple to Provide iPhone Battery Life Logging

Posted June 23, 2009 at 11:50pm by iClarified
Apple will provide an iPhone Battery Life Logging profile to customers complaining of issues with battery life, according to a HardMac report. When installed this profile will monitor all usage of the iPhone over a period time.

The log file generated will help support representatives determine what is causing the battery drain. Whether its heavy usage of a specific app or whether its really a failing battery.

Here's what the log file looks like:

Sun Jun 21 22:29:36 2009: [Assertion released] name=PersConn-aosnotifyd-com.apple.AOSNotification; process=aosnotifyd; pid=31; NoIdleSleepAssertion=255; held_for=00:00:12;
Sun Jun 21 22:29:38 2009 Frontmost Application Changed: com.apple.mobilesafari (96)
Sun Jun 21 22:29:53 2009: Battery level = 92 [4081] (low = no, critical = no, charging = no) Call active: no
Current drain: -169 mA
Fully charged: no
Power Assertions:
SpringBoard (pid 24):
com.apple.springboard.idle NoIdleSleepAssertion == 255 Held for 00:20:12
Usage: 00:00:00 Standby: 00:00:00
Frontmost Application Identifier: com.apple.mobilesafari (96)
Next Scheduled Power Event:
Scheduled Wake or Power On
2009-06-21 22:58:15 +0200
WiFi: On (associated to "Fraaa")
Bluetooth: OFF Nike: OFF BTAirplaneMode: OFF Discoverable: OFF Connected: NO

Read More

Apple to Provide iPhone Battery Life Logging Apple to Provide iPhone Battery Life Logging
Add Comment
Would you like to be notified when someone replies or adds a new comment?
Yes (All Threads)
Yes (This Thread Only)
iClarified Icon
Would you like to be notified when we post a new Apple news article or tutorial?
Comments (9)
You must login or register to add a comment...
Miguel Villela
Miguel Villela - June 24, 2009 at 11:24am
I got a problem in my iPhone, when I was using firmware 1.1.4, itunesstore service was starting in background, crashing, generating a crash report, starting again and crashing again, repeating all the process. When crash report was called, the processor went to 100% utilization. I has gotten my battery drained from night to day. I discovered the problem using Mobile Terminal and the top process monitor, where I saw the processes starting and crashing. I solved the problem renaming the Itunesstore executable (untill when I upgraded the firmware again). It prevented me from downloading Appstore applications directly from iPhone I posted wrongly the translated text from google
Miguel Villela
Miguel Villela - June 24, 2009 at 11:23am
Eu tenho um problema no meu iPhone, quando eu estava usando o firmware 1.1.4, itunesstore serviço estava começando no fundo, cair, gerando um crash relatório, começando de novo e cair de novo, repetindo todo o processo. Quando foi chamado crash relatório, o processador passou para 100% aproveitamento. Eu tenha chegado a minha bateria drenada a partir de noite para dia. Eu descobri o problema utilizando terminais móveis e processo acompanhar o início, quando eu vi a iniciar processos e falhe. Eu resolvi o problema renomeando o executável Itunesstore (até quando eu atualizado o firmware novamente). Ele impediu-me de fazer download Appstore pedidos diretamente do iPhone
Infinity - June 24, 2009 at 10:09am
This looks fake. I don't think this is from apple. Anyone can create a profile and install it to their devices. The reason this is fake is apple's profile will be signed. And this profile is unsigned so it's fake. I could create a profile that has apple Inc as the company.
Awayze - June 24, 2009 at 8:10am
Please tell us how this person has got it, my iPhone 2G battery life sucks bad since 3.0, 6 hours max, down from 2 days
qvinen - June 24, 2009 at 11:32am
I must say I have same problem since I update 3.0, I have 2G Iphone....battery is still falling down....
Deia - June 24, 2009 at 7:00am
Is this also for iPhone 2g on 3.0 OS? I do feel like the battery is dropping faster with the last upgrade. And, is this app safe for jailbroken en unlocked iPhones?
DistortedLoop - June 24, 2009 at 9:01am
Problem with putting it on Jailbreak phones is it will rat you out as having a jailbreak when the log starts logging that your battery life is being sucked up by some Jailbreak-only application. Apple's first response to any Jailbroken phone owner's complaint of battery life will likely be along the lines of "the unauthorized software modifications to your iPhone are responsible for reduced battery life, and we cannot support you unless you factory restore in iTunes and don't jailbreak."
Mike Smith
Mike Smith - June 24, 2009 at 1:56am
Can you provide me the "direct" link to get this app. I can't seem to find it anywhere? How does one get this, "iPhone Battery Life Logging" app??? Please clarify???
mikediddy - June 24, 2009 at 2:50am
Yes, please clarify. I really want this on my phone.
Recent. Read the latest Apple News.
Tutorials. Help is here.
Where to Download macOS Monterey
Where to Download macOS Ventura
AppleTV Firmware Download Locations
Where To Download iPad Firmware Files From
Where To Download iPhone Firmware Files From
Deals. Save on Apple devices and accessories.