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Question: Why is there no low power mode on iPod Touch 6?

I want to make my iPod‘s battery last longer from normal use... like on an iPhone with low power mode... but it doesn‘t exist in iPod Touch 6...

(I’ve Done everything I have found on the internet to make my battery last longer, from turning off Background app refresh to lowering the screen brightnes,)


i was hoping that one of the developers that works at apple could add it into a future update that would make a low power mode that would make my battery last longer, (stuff like clocking down the cpu‘s and gpu’s clock speed, and maybe even lowering the quality of animation, or maybe even lowering the resolution being displayed on the screen to reduce the power being used....


maybe even options that could give us control of how much power savings we want, maybe reducing the colors my going to 8 bit color instead of the (I think 24 but colors) that the screen shows, maybe even a grayscale that doesn’t render everything in color then filter it into black and white, but actually rendering everythings in a way that makes it save power...

iPod touch, iOS 11.2.6, null

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Mar 14, 2018 9:16 PM in response to RyanRetroGamer7 In response to RyanRetroGamer7

Apple designers and engineers do not read nor participate in these Apple technical support communities.

These are user to user Apple product support communities.

We are all users here, just like you!

Apple supplies these forums for users to work out their product issues with other users, but these community forums ARE monitored/moderated by Apple Staff assigned to these community forums, but I do not think any info is ever passed on to who/mever the cognizant parties are who would need to know if there are any mounting issues with a product or software.

The only way to get Apple to listen to you is to use their feedback portion of their website.


iPod Touch Feedback


http://www.apple.com/feedback/ipodtouch.html


Cognizant Apple employees read ALL feedback generated from all of the various feedback pages and transfers the data to the proper and responsible Apple teams and personnel , but NO Apple employees will ever respond with any type of direct, individual replies from the feedback you post.



Good Luck to You!

Mar 14, 2018 9:16 PM

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