For any smartphone lover, battery life is as important as his own life. Though this statement sounds hyperbolical, you can understand the value of your iPhone’s battery life during emergency; there are moments when you are away from an iPhone charger; and you don’t have any other option to charge the battery of iPhone.

Thankfully, Apple has introduced a Low Power Mode feature in its latest iOS 9 release. And iDevice users accepted this as one of the best features ever announced by Apple in any iOS.

Low Power Mode Not Available in iPad

Low Power Mode Not Available on iPad in iOS 9

But this is not the end of the Battery Life Saga. There is a twist in the story. Of late, we have noticed that many iPad users have come up with a problem: Low Power Mode not available on iPad Air 1, iPad mini 2, iPad Air 2 and most of other iPads.

As many comments poured on our post on how to enable low power mode in iOS 9 on iPhone and iPad, we took this problem and started some research.

We asked our developer friends too about this issue, but they are also clueless on this. Surprisingly, there isn’t any update on Apple’s community.

Hence, if you are an iPad owner and facing this problem, have some patience until there is any solution.

Normally, iPhones and iPads have similar features saving a few minor differences; but this could be a major problem as the entire feature is missing from iPad.

Let’s hope for the quick answer from the experts sitting in Cupertino!

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  • Mark

    It’s not on the iPads that support the iOS 9, specifically because of its new multitasking abilities. Restricting performance and the processor of the iPad, as done through Low Power Mode, would restrict the new features. Overall, iPads require much more power to do anything worthwhile.

    Furthermore, Apple is believed to be pushing to differentiate the iPad from the iPhone, with exclusive features over the iPhone. So, this is likely just one effect to how Apple is trying to help promote the iPads, by including and not including certain features, without debilitating performance and function.

    • JB4Ever

      It WORKS on iPads!
      Just JB – install CCSettings – then add the switch to the Control Center :)

      Pretty sure soon a simpler bypass will be available in Cydia

      • Son Ha Cao

        It actally does! I jailbreak and install flipcontrolcenter. the icon battery turns to yellow, the lock time turns to 30second. I guess it works

      • Son Ha Cao

        It works! I installed similar tweak “flipcontrolcenter” then I enable the battery switch in the control center. When I turn it on, the battery icon turns to yellow. The lock time turns to 30s, so I guess other function (lower cpu voltage…) which helps battery last longer also works.