(For the Archived documentation – check here)
The Home screen shows basic information about the device: the obvious one – the name and model of the device on the top, and the gauges displays battery level and storage space used. The bottom graphs displays the latest values of CPU and RAM consumption, and Wifi usage. (Note: In some devices, a few graphs may be omitted to improve performance).
Device – General
- Device Name – The Name of the device. It can be changed on your iOS device’s settings panel > General > About > Name.
- Model Identifier – Device model Identifier. It is used to identify each generation of devices (and sets of configurations). For instance: The iPhone SE is “iPhone 8,4” and the iPhone 6S Plus is “iPhone 8,2”. In some cases, there are some variants of the same generation with different identifiers – the iPhone 7 for instance comprehends the models “iPhone9,1” and “iPhone9,3”.
- Model Name – It is the common name of the model. “iPhone 5S Global”, “iPhone 5S CDMA”, “iPhone 7 Plus”, etc.
- Total Storage – Displays the total storage on the device’s SSD. It is usually less than the marketted value. For instance: 55.24 GB in an iPhone 5S 64GB – this difference comprehends the storage that the operating system takes. The same value is shown on the device’s settings panel > General > About > Capacity. Again, the value will not match, as Apple uses the decimal connotation (where 1GB = 1000000000 bytes), and Lirum Info uses the binary connotation (where 1GB = 1073741824 bytes). In an upcoming update, we will let the user choose the desired connotation.
- Available Storage – Free space available for the user’s Apps, music, photos, etc;
- Storage in Use – self explanatory;
- Model Number – Shows the regulatory model numbers for the model identifier. Each model number is a smaller variation or regional sets: The iPhone 5S Global (iPhone6,2) contains model numbers A1457 (UK/Europe/Middle East), A1528 (China Unicom) and A1530 (Asia Pacific). In an upcoming update, the app will display the current model number;
- Hardware Model – Specifies the internal hardware set of the device. For instance, the iPhone 6S comprehends the N71Ap (Samsung CPU) and N71mAP (TSMC CPU).
- First Release – Date when the sales of this device begun;
- Announced – Date when the device was announced, usually on one of the Apple’s keynotes, events or WWDC instances;
- Initial OS Version – First version of the iOS installed on the device;
- iOS Version installed – self explanatory;
- Latest iOS Version – self explanatory;
- Uptime – time since the last boot of the device;
- Last Boot – time of the last boot.
Device – Display
- Size – display diagonal size, shown on the selected unit (metric/imperial);
- Area – area of the display;
- Resolution – screen resolution in pixels;
- Retina Display – is a brand name used by Apple to define a higher pixel density for the displays. According to Steve Jobs, the number of pixels for a Retina Display should be about 300 PPI for a device held at 10 to 12 inches from the eye. Then, the images and text would be so crips, that the pixelations would be not visible to naked eye;
- Pixels – is the total amount of pixels on the screen;
- Density – the amount of pixels per inch on the screen;
- Aspect Ratio – is the proportional relationship between the screen’s width and height;
- Color Depth – is the number of bits used by the system to represent each single pixel. Earlier devices used less bits, thus being able to represent less colors. (an 8 bit color depth would be able to represent 256 colors, and a 24 bit – also known as “True color” – can represent 16,777,216 color variations;
- Amount of colors – check the entry above;
- Contrast ratio – is the ratio of luminescence between the blackest and the whitest pixels possible for a single frame on the device;
- Display type – the underlying technology of the display;
- Wide color gamut – it’s the name Apple gave to the DCI-P3 color space (designed as a standard for digital movie projection for the American film industry). Most displays before the iPhone 7 (2016) used sRGB (standard RGB);
- GPU Model – it’s the graphics processing unit inside the SoC;
- GPU Cores – amount of processing cores inside the GPU;
- GPU Clock – clock speed of the GPU, in GHz or MHz. Usually not disclosed on newer devices;
- Latest OpenGL version – last supported version (by the GPU) of the OpenGL API. OpenGL is the programming interface for fast rendering of 2D and 3D graphics – typically used in animations, transitions, games, and other VFx;
Device – Dimensions
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- Width – self explanatory;
- Height – self explanatory;
- Depth – self explanatory;
- Weight – self explanatory;
Device – CPU
- CPU Usage – current CPU load – refreshes every second;
- CPU Name – internal name of the CPU inside the SoC;
- Cores – amount of CPU Cores inside the CPU;
- CPU Core Base – Base micro-architecture of the CPU and it’s name. Not to be confused with the SoC: For instance, on the iPhone 7, the SoC (System on Chip) is called Apple A10 Fusion, while the CPU inside this SoC is called Hurricane (and is an ARMv8-A architecture compatible CPU);
- CPU Actual Clock – clock speed used in the CPU – can be lower than the maximum clock achievable;
- CPU Maximum Clock – maximum clock achieved on the CPU specifications. Depending on the device, the SoC may set the CPU to this speed if the usage is too high;
- Manufacturing Process – To be concise, is half the distance between identical features in a semiconductor array – typically between memory cells or transistors depending on the chip. Each lithography process is different from one another, and there is a whole industrial complex designed for each process. Smaller distances lets more components to be integrated into the core die, and usually improves performance, and uses less power, while dissipating less heat;
- CPU Pipeline Depth – Instruction pipeline size on the CPU;
- Cache L1 – CPU Caches are hardware memory caches used by the CPU, to reduce the average cost (time and energy) to access data from the main memory. Each level of CPU cache is designed to specialized situations and kinds of data: The L1 (Level 1) cache is usually the more expensive, faster, and closer to the internal CPU processing circuitry – also, it’s designed to cache program instructions and some immediate data. Caches Level 2 and 3 are slower, cheaper and larger – but still they are much faster and more expensive than the device’s main memory.
- Cache L2 – check entry above;
- Cache L3 – check entry above;
- Instruction Set – Is the programming architecture of the assembly instructions recognized by the hardware. Each set consists of native datatypes, instructions, registers, interruptions, exception handlers, I/O operations, etc;
- CPU Issue Width – Issue width or Window size, is the maximum amount of instruction that can be issued in the same clock cycle. Providing more than one issue width greatly enhances performance along with the pipeline depth;
- Out of Order Execution – Determine if the CPU has the out-of-order feature. Older processors can only run “In-order” instructions: commonly the original order of the program. The “in-order” paradigm is slower and less effective, as the CPU core stays idle while performing one operation and waits for it’s result. In “Out-of-order”, intelligent queues are used, thus maximizing effectiveness of memory and I/O calls (that are really time expensive) – This feature allows the processor to handle commands based on the availability of input data, rather than by their original order in the program;
- Designed by – The Company that created the structure and design of the CPU.;
- Manufacturer – The Company responsible for the manufacture of the SoC. In some cases, multiple companies are in charge of the CPU production – such as Samsung and TSMC for the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus;
Device – System
- Bus Frequency – Clock of the system bus – usually describes the amount of memory and I/O operations per second;
- Bus Width – Amount of data transported by the system bus in each clock cycle;
- Memory – Total amount of RAM memory installed on the device – not to be confused with the device storage: (in an “iPhone 7 128GB” , the 128GB determines the storage, not the memory – in this case, this iPhone has 2GB of memory);
- Memory Clock – memory bus frequency – sometimes higher than the bus frequency;
- Memory Type – Memory technology. At this time, there are three types of RAM in use: LPDDR, LPDDR2 and LPDDR3. LPDDR – Low Power Double Data Rate, is also known as mDDR – mobile DDR. LPDDR2 is a dramatically revised version, usually with better power consumption and clock speeds, the same applies for LPDDR3;
- RAM Free – Unused RAM;
- RAM Active – Memory currently in use by running applications;
- RAM Wired – Portion of RAM that can’t be moved to the persisted storage. Usually it is the memory used by the iOS and can’t be allocated to other applications.;
- RAM Inactive – Memory that has been recently used by an application. If such application is opened again, it will open quickly. When the device is running out of free memory, this portion will be reclaimed by other processes;
- Memory Pagesize – The page size is a fixed-length contiguous block of memory, described by a single entry in the page table. It is the smallest unit of data for memory management in a virtual memory operating system. Similarly, a page frame is the smallest fixed-length contiguous block of physical memory into which memory pages are mapped by the operating system. A transfer of pages between main memory and an auxiliary store, such as a hard disk drive, is referred to as paging or swapping;
- Memory Pages – Amount of pages available;
Device – Connectivity
- External IP – Device’s external IP address. To check this value, tap on the cell, so Lirum Info can make a request to our servers, and check your IP address;
- Wireless IP – The IP address given to the device on your Wireless LAN;
- Cell Network IP – The IP address of the cellular connection;
- Wifi Sent – Data uploaded via Wifi by this device, since the last boot;
- Wifi Received – Data downloaded via Wifi by this device, since the last boot;
- WWAN Sent – Data uploaded via cell network by this device, since the last boot;
- WWAN Received – Data downloaded via cell network by this device, since the last boot;
- Wifi 802.11b – Flag that indicates the support to wireless-b (IEEE 802.11b-1999). Maximum raw data rate of this version is 11 Mbit/s;
- Wifi 802.11g – Flag that indicates the support to wireless-g (IEEE 802.11g-2003). Works under 2.4 GHz band, with a maximum data rate of 54 Mbit/s, average 22 Mbit/s.;
- Wifi 802.11n – Flag that indicates the support to wireless-n (IEEE 802.11n-2009). Works under 2.4 and 5 GHz, with a maximum data rate of 600 Mbit/s;
- Wifi 802.11ac – Flag that indicates the support to wireless-ac (IEEE 802.11ac). Works under 2.4 and 5 GHz, with a maximum data rate of 1 Gbit/s;
- Bluetooth Version – Latest version of the Bluetooth protocol supported by the device’s hardware;
- Bluetooth A2DP – Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution Profile. Allows streaming of audio data over a Bluetooth connection.;
- Bluetooth PBAP Profile – Phone Book Access Profile support (only available on iPhone devices). Allows the device to share phone book objects with other devices, such as a car kit (for example, to display the number/name of the incoming caller, or to start a call from the car display);
- Bluetooth PAN Profile – Personal Area Networking Profile – also known as piconet, allows some devices to interconnect in an ad-hoc network;
- Bluetooth HID Profile – Human Interface Device Profile, allows the unit to connect with accessories like keyboards or other peripheral devices;
- Bluetooth HFP Profile – Hands-free profile, version 1.5 – allows car hands-free kits to communicate with the device;
- Bluetooth EDR – Enhanced Data Rate – Released with the 2.0 version of the Bluetooth protocol, allows faster data transfer. (about 2.1 to 3 Mbit/s in version 2.0 – previous version allowed a maximum bandwidth of 721 kbit/s);
- Bluetooth AVRCP – Audio/Video Remote Control Profile – allows control of music or video playback, and the display of music metadata information (artist name, track name, etc);
- 2G GSM – GSM 2G Band frequencies supported by the cellular hardware.;
- 2G CDMA – CDMA 2G Band frequencies supported by the cellular hardware.;
- 3G GSM – GSM 3G Bands.;
- 3G CDMA – CDMA 3G Bands.;
- LTE – Long Term Evolution (4G) band frequencies supported.;
- LTE 4G Max Download – Maximum nominal data rate of the 4G hardware.;
- LTE 4G Max Upload – Maximum nominal upload data rate of the 4G hardware.;
- CDMA Types – CDMA versions and protocols supported (such as cdmaOne, CDMA2000, EV-DO).;
- GPRS Support – Package data service for 2G and 3G networks. General Packet Radio Service.;
- EDGE Support – Phone technology that allows better transmission rates than GPRS. Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution.;
- UMTS Protocols – Universal Mobile Telecommunications System, cellular network system based on the GSM standard. Displays the support for the HSPA, HSDPA and DC-HSDPA protocols.;
- EDGE Max Download – Maximum download speed under an EDGE connection.;
- EDGE Max Upload – Maximum upload speed under an EDGE connection.;
- DC-HSDPA Max Upload Speed – Maximum download/upload speed under a cell network that supports Dual Cell High Speed Downlink Packet Access protocol.;
- HSDPA Max Download – Maximum download speed under HSDPA.;
- HSUPA Max Speed – Maximum upload speed under HSUPA.;
- CDMA RevA Download – Maximum download Speed under a CDMA Rev A network (when supported).;
- CDMA RevA Upload – Maximum upload Speed under a CDMA Rev A network (when supported).;
- CDMA RevB Download – Maximum download speed under a CDMA Rev B network (when supported).;
- CDMA RevB Upload – Maximum upload speed under a CDMA Rev B network (when supported).;
- Max Cellular Upload – Overall maximum upload speed over a cellular network. Returns the network type as well (LTE, HSUPA, etc).;
- Max Cellular Download – Analogous to the previous speed, shows the overall maximum download speed.;
- SIM Card Format – Format code of the Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) card. Ranges from 1FF to 4FF (Full-sized SIM to nano-SIM);;
- SIM Card Slot – Name of the SIM Card Format (mini-SIM, micro-SIM, nano-SIM);
- Nike+ – Built-in support for the Nike+ iPod Sports Kit hardware.;
Device – Camera
- Back Cam Resolution – Resolution of the back camera in Megapixels.;
- Back Cam Pixels – Resolution of each landscape oriented photo taken with the back camera, in the format width x height.;
- Back Cam Total Pixels – Amount of pixels of the back camera.;
- Back Ca Focal Ratio – Ratio of the lens focal length to the diameter of the entrance pupil. This value corresponds to the lens speed, and impacts depth of field, sharpness, color aberrations and light absorption. Higher values are better (as the field is represented by a fraction denominator, f/2.4 is higher and better than f/2.8).;
- Double Main Camera – Beginning with the iPhone 7 Plus (2016), some devices contains two full camera hardwares on the back – this allows for a lot of improvements related to image capture, and even optical zoom;
- Optical Zoom – Presence of the Optical Zoom in the camera;
- Front Cam Resolution – Resolution of the front facing camera in Megapixels.;
- Front Cam Pixels – Resolution of each landscape oriented photo taken with the front camera.;
- Front Cam Total Pixels – Number of pixels in a photo taken with the front camera.;
- Focus Pixels – Introduced in the iPhone 6S, focus pixels are on-sensor pixels dedicated solely to determining focus distance, eliminating the in-and-out wobble seen when a lens has to hunt through its entire range before locking focus.;
- Tap to Focus – Tap to focus feature.;
- Macro Focus – Ability to focus small close objects.;
- White Balance – Color Temperature adjustment feature.;
- IR Filter – Infrared cut-off filter, blocks mid-infrared wavelengths, giving pictures more natural looking images.;
- Geo Tagging – Ability to include GPS location information on the photo.;
- Face Detection – Automatic face detection feature: The software focus on the most prominent face and balance exposure across up to 10 close faces.;
- LED Flash – LED Flash availability on the back camera.;
- HDR – High Dynamic Range Imaging – when available combines a set of computation and photographic methods to improve the dynamic range between the lightest and darkest areas of an image, resulting in a more accurate representation of light levels.;
- Video Resolution – Maximum recording resolution of the primary camera.;
- Video Recording fps – Maximum amount of frames per second captured during a video recording.;
- LED Video Light – Availability of LED illumination during video recording (using the LED Flash component).;
- TrueTone Flash – The TrueTone flash, introduced in the iPhone 5S, is made of two LEDs, one white and one amber – the iSight camera uses an algorithm to assess the colour temperature of the scene. This allows the device to determine the right percentage and intensity of while light vs amber light, with more than 1,000 combinations;
- Flash Flicker Sensor – Detects the cycling of artificial lighting, automatically compensating for in in photos and videos;
- Video Stabilization – Reduces shaking during video recording.;
Device – Battery
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Most battery information is unavailable after Apple released iOS10 – battery cycles, battery temperature, charging voltage and wattage, were all removed from the underlying API on iOS10. If you have iOS 9.3.5 installed, all this information is still available. More details on:
For technical information:
- Battery Charge – Current Battery Charge, in percent;
- Type – Battery technology type. In most cases, lithium-ion polymer.;
- Designed Capacity – Designed capacity, or electric charge (when new);
- Full Voltage – Battery voltage, when in full charge.;
- Energy – Amount of energy available (in watt hours).;
- Energy (SI) – Amount of energy available (International System of Units – Joules).;
- Battery Cycles – Current count of battery cycles – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
- Battery Current – Current charge of the battery – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
- Battery Designed Max – Battery charge when in mint condition – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
- Battery Actual Max – Real battery max capacity – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
- Battery Instant – Instantaneous current of the battery – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
- Battery Temperature – Battery temperature as reported by the internal sensor – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
- Battery Actual Voltage – Battery real voltage, as reported by the internal sensor – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
- Charger Max Current – Maximum current of the charger plugged to the device – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
- Power Adapter – Power Adapter Name or ID – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
- Charger Voltage – Charger output voltage;
- Charger Wattage – Charger output power – check the warning above for versions after iOS10;
Device – Sensors and Hardware
- 3D Touch – Pressure sensitive touchscreen – to get the pressure feedback, check the Touchscreen tool on Lirum Info;
- TouchID – TouchID fingerprint reader sensor;
- Proximity Sensor – proximity sensor close to the top speaker;
- Gyroscope – Presence of a gyroscope hardware.;
- Ambient Light Sensor – Presence of an ambient light sensor. Up until this point, only available on iPhone models.;
- Accelerometer – Availability of an accelerometer.;
- A-GPS Support – Assisted GPS – Improves startup performance (the time required for the GPS to acquire satellite signals), by downloading orbital data from a network. Without this feature, a standalone receiver may take up to 12 minutes to get a fix (time to retrieve almanac and ephemeris data from the satellites).;
- GLONASS Suport – Russian Global Navigation Satellite System.;
- Digital Compass – Flags the presence of a digital compass (magnetometer).;
Device – Other Informations
- Apple Pencil – Indicates that the device supports the Apple Pencil;
- Apple Watch – Indicates that the device supports the Apple Watch;
- Physical Volume Control – Presence of physical volume control buttons on the device;
- Headphone Volume Control – Presence of physical volume control buttons on the headphone that comes with the device;
- Frequency Response – Frequency response range of the audio hardware;
- Audio Codec – Audio codec chip;
- Built-in Speakers – Number of speakers;
- Increased Dynamic Range – Increased dynamic frequency range on the speakers;
- Earphone Port – Presence of an Earphone P2 port;
- Silent Switch – Physical silent switch;
- Rotation Lock – Rotation lock feature;
- Ear Speaker – number of ear speakers;
- Voice Control – software voice control feature – previous version of SIRI;
- SIRI – is an intelligent personal assistant and knowledge navigator introduced on the iPhone 4S on October 4th, 2011;
- Multitasking – iOS and Hardware supports multitasking features;
- AirPlay – AirPlay is a proprietary protocol stack/suite developed by Apple Inc. that allows wireless streaming between devices of audio, video, device screens, and photos, together with related metadata. Usually used between iOS Devices and AppleTV hardwares.;
- AirPrint – AirPrint is a mobile printing solution included with the Apple iOS v4.2 and later mobile operating systems. iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch users can print wirelessly to any ePrint-enabled HP printer that is connected to the same local wireless network.;
- Home Button – Type of Home Button. Prior to the iPhone 7, all home buttons were composed of a physical switch, and after it, a digital solid state sensor;
- Operating Temperature – Recommended operating ambient temperature.;
- Nonoperating Temperature – Nonoperational ambient temperature.;
- Maximum Operating Altitude – self explanatory;
- Relative Humidity – Range of relative humidity;
- Water Resistance – Level of Water/Dust Resistance of the device;
- SAR – Head (US) – Specific Absorption Rate for the head (United States FCC);
- SAR – Body (US) – Specific Absorption Rate for the body (United States FCC);
- SAR – Head (EU) – Specific Absorption Rate for the head (Council of the European Union);
- SAR – Body (EU) – Specific Absorption Rate for the body (Council of the European Union);
This tool performs comparison of device specs: the devices can be chosen on the bar below (tapping the “this device” button on the device selection screen, makes the App to match the current model in hand).
Green are used to show the “better” value (in some cases, it may be the smaller value, like in dimensions as weight, depth, CPU manufacturing process, etc).
Orange indicates the “worse” value in the current comparison.
Red indicates the worse value between all devices.
Tools – CPU Monitor
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Even though the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus feature a 4 core CPU, the system never sees all 4 cores: there are 2 sets of cores, one of each usage situation (high usage and high power consumption / low usage with low power consumption). In devices with 3 real simultaneous cores (like the iPad Pro), the tool shows all 3 cores.
The CPU monitor shows a graph with the usage history of all CPU Cores. To show a single graph, instead of one graph per core, go to the Main Menu > Settings > Force One CPU Graph.
Tools – Memory
- The tool shows the Free Memory in the device. Keep in mind that this is the unused RAM (the real available memory would count the inactive portion as well).
- The “Boost” feature releases chunks of memory that are in the inactive portion, and forcefully releases them to the “free” portion. If this feature is not being shown on your device, check if it has a working internet connection available. If the option is still not available, feel free to contact us (keep in mind that the boost option is only available on the Lirum Info Full).
- The “Memory Details” option shows the detailed partition of memory page states (with precise amount of bytes in each section – active, wired, inactive and free). For details on what each type means, check this documentation, on the “Device – System” section.
Tools – Storage
- The tool shows the amount of Available Storage space in the device. This determines how much data can be stored on the device, in form of photos, music, documents, app, and other files. If the value gets close to zero, consider removing some apps or movies, and use the “Boost” option;
- The “Boost” feature makes the phone storage to be completely full, so the operating system can send a clear cache signal to all Apps. Each App will then delete their temporary and cache files, and some storage will be released. Keep in mind that the feature is not supposed to be used in a daily basis, as it takes time for the cache files to accumulate. Using the option repeatedly has no effect. If the feature is not being shown on your device, check if it has a working internet connection available. If the option is still not available, feel free to contact us (keep in mind that the boost option is only available on the Lirum Info Full).
The “Storage Details” option shows the precise values of available space in bytes, and all system partitions:
- /private/var – Mount point for /dev/disk0s1s2 (user’s data partition). This is a bit different from the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard, where it should be at /var, but a symlink placed at /var redirects to this point, giving some compatibility. It is the largest of the two partitions, and stores all iTunes AppStore applications, media, settings, photos, etc. Before version 1.1.3 of the old iPhone OS (now called iOS), all this information were stored in /private/var/root. For security reasons, in iPhone OS 1.1.3, Apple made most applications to run under the user ‘mobile’, and moved all data to /private/var/mobile.
- /Developer – By default, this folder is empty. Only when you connect your device to XCode, and active the “Use for Development” option, the content of a ‘DeveloperDiskImage.dmg’ is decompressed by /usr/libexec/mobile_image_mounter into this partition.
- / – Primary hierarchy root and root directory of the entire file system hierarchy.
- /dev – Device Nodes, common to any Unix/Linux systems. Content is read-only, because it’s files actually do not exist, and are transparently handled by the kernel.
Tools – Battery
- The tool displays the current charge level of the battery, and some minimum estimations based on that.
- By tapping “Check Battery Internal Reports”, the detail screen shows the current Battery Wear Level and some detailed information.
Tools – Connection Rate
- This tool displays the current flow of data on your wireless connection. Each full panel is equivalent to the selected unit displayed on the top (default: MB). If the connection is slower, you can choose to focus on a kB, so any transfer will easily be recognizable. The options for this panel are:
- Display Options – determines if the App should display both panels (download and upload), or just one of them;
- Focus Unit – the unit that each full panel is representing. If the “auto” option is selected, the unit changes according to the connection speed;
- Blocks – amount of blocks displayed for each unit. Available options are 100, 200 and 500 blocks (if the focus unit is a MB, and the selected option is 500 blocks, each block represents 2097 bytes).
Tools – Gyroscope Sensor
- Shows real time status of the gyroscope sensor data in each axis. The measurement unit is radians / second.
Tools – Accelerometer Sensor
- Shows real time status of the accelerometer in each axis. The measurement unit is g (where 1g = 9.80665 m/s²)
- Shows real time status of the magnetometer/digital compass. The measurement unit is in Teslas, and is shown for each vectorial axis of the magnetic field around the device.
Tools – GPS Status Tool
- Displays detailed status reported by the GPS hardware, including:
- Latitude (in both decimal and degree conotation);
- Longitude (in both decimal and degree conotation);
- Current Altitude (and vertical accuracy);
- Horizontal Accuracy;
- Linear Speed (horizontal speed, when moving);
- Timestamp of the latest update – datetime when the GPS hardware last emmited a report;
Tools – Barometer
- Displays detailed status reported by the barometer (when available). The measurement unit is in both mmHg and KPa.
- The tool is intended to diagnose the microphone hardware (any external connected microphone and the built-in). The frequency of the last note detected (in the frame) is displayed, and it’s corresponding note.
Tools – Speakers
- The tool is intended to test the speakers by generating a sound in the selected amplitude and frequency. It also shows the status of the Silent Switch.
Tools – TouchID
- The tool performs a TouchID verification and reports its result.
Tools – Touchscreen
- Tests the touchscreen by showing each touch point (their coordinates) and the pressure (if the App is running on a 3D Touch enabled device).
Tools – LCD Colors
- The tool makes the LCD to display a certain color. To compare the specific color with other devices, it is recommended that the brightness is adjusted to the maximum value. (By tapping on the Hex HTML value of the color, it is displayed in the whole screen).
Tools – Vibration
- Performs a sample vibration on the device. The test may fail on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus at this time, due to differences on the Taptic Engine API.
Tools – Camera
- Tests the camera hardware and displays detailed data about the raw image generated (Resolution, pixels, size (as a PNG file), and size as an uncompressed JPG file.
Tools – Apple Watch
- Configures the Apple Watch extension App. This companion App displays in real time the selected fields from the iPhone into the Apple Watch. Most dynamic fields can have their units changed.
Tools – Connections
- The tool is not available on iOS 10 and above!
- On devices runnig iOS 9.3.5 and below, the tool shows all recently opened data connections on the device, and their IP address.
- For more details as to why the feature is not supported on iOS 10: http://bit.ly/ios10changes
- Shows news and recent updates about the App.
- Displays general settings, including:
- Force one CPU Graph – if active, the CPU monitor will show only the overal CPU Usage, and not one graph per CPU Core;
- Use Imperial Units – if active, the fields on the “This Device” panel will have their units changed to their imperial counterparts;
- Sensors update Frequency – determines the update frequency for the gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetometer tools.
- Change Language – overrides the system language of the App between the available choices:
- Portuguese (Brazil);
- Chinese (Simplified);
- Chinese (Traditional);
- Displays this online documentation;
- Displays general information about the App:
- Facebook Page;
- Twitter Account;
- Company Page;
- Youtube Channel;
- Allows e-mail support contact;