The so-called "uptime" is an indicator by which you can determine when the last time the device was rebooted or turned off. On Mac, you can learn its meaning in system information or with the help of the command in the "Terminal", there is no such option on the iPhone and iPad, so third-party developers came to the rescue.
One such application is called OpenTerm and in fact is a simplified version of the "Terminal" for iOS. The program supports several dozens of commands (and is free, which is especially pleasing), with a full list available on the application page, accessible from the link below.
In order to find out the "uptime" time, you need to open this application and enter the "uptime" command. After that, the desired indicator appears on the command line.
In the screenshot below, for example, the iPad has been running for 11 days – that means the device was turned off or rebooted 11 days ago.
Of course, each time you do not need to know this indicator, but you can play with the teams, because in fact you have a simplified version of the "Terminal" on your iPhone and iPad.
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