Today is all about the CurrentPowerlog.PLSQL database. This database keeps track of many ways that data is transferred either by cellular, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth methods. These modules can help determine where the data is going, which app is pulling down the most data, or simply keeping an eye on which apps are sending the most notifications.
Starting with telephony artifact we can review the cellular registration using the powerlog_device_telephony_registration module. This outputs the cellular provider and the level of service provided.
The powerlog_device_telephony_activity module will keep track of telephony activity on the device. In the screenshot below, each time the CALL STATUS shows ringing, I was receiving a phone call (that I ignored), but where it says ACTIVE, I made a phone call.
Another module that shows call usage, is the powerlog_incallservice module.. Like the example above this shows me ignoring three calls (callForegrounded, callBackgrounded) and a call made (callStart, callStop).
Mobile devices have network interfaces that track where the data is going. The powerlog_network_usage module keeps track of the incoming and outgoing bytes for these interfaces.
If you want a bit more detail on which apps or services are using your precious cellular data, take a look at the output of the powerlog_process_data_usage module. This can make it easy to see which app is burning through your mobile data. (Mine is always Twitter).
The powerlog_push_message_received module will show push notification activity for various network-based services. In the screenshot below are the notifications for Slack, Twitter, iMessage, etc.)
Many Apple technologies rely on Bluetooth technology to function. Determine what state Bluetooth was in is logged. Using the powerlog_bluetooth_device_state module, we can see which state it was in.
AirDrop is one of the technologies that uses Bluetooth (also Wi-Fi), the AirDrop state is recorded and can be extracted by the powerlog_airdrop module.
Continuity [https://www.apple.com/macos/continuity/] is a technology to move data back and forth between devices. AirDrop makes use of this technology. This activity can be extracted by the powerlog_ids_messages module.