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Auto-Optimize Mobile Data Use after Enable Low Data Mode in iOS 13 or later on your iPhone and iPad. This option saves Cellular Data or WiFi Data that consume by the app installed on your iDevice. And Another Feature is Allow to Download Apps over 200MB on iPhone/iPad. Do you know the iPhone and iPad are the only devices that consume more cellular data compared to any other smartphone? In iPhone, the Applications that you install are the real culprits behind eating most of your mobile data. Besides, you are paying almost $30 to $50 monthly to subscribe to cellular data and other services, which is too much. It hurts a lot because after paying this much money, iPhone exhausts the data without using it.
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Hope you have installed the iOS 13 on your iPhone and iPad, as I am going to show you the best way to save cellular data on iPhone/iPad. In the latest iOS, we have got tones of features, but don’t know what they are. One of the useful features is, it allows you to enable Low Data Mode on iPhone and iPad, so ultimately the cellular data won’t be used more at the end of the day.
Besides, the iPhone and iPad doesn’t allow us to download the apps over 200MB, isn’t that right? Don’t worry, read on the tutorial, and get rid of this restriction.
How to Enable Low Data Mode on iOS 13 iPhone and iPad: iOS 14/iPadOS 14
Step #1: Launch the “Settings” app on your device.
Step #2: Scroll down and tap “Cellular”.
Step #3: Toggle on the “Low Data Mode” from there.
issues: App Store Won’t Download Apps: Low Data Mode Is On, Wait until turned off.
Some times Low data mode causing issues like this, And App Store Won’t download new App from App store Or Asking behalf of your Permission that reminds you don’t download to save Data until Low Data Mode is on in settings app.
Solution: Tap on Download Button to Start Download Your App. But you will get This popup again when you download next time.
Turn Off Low Data Mode is on Popup all time: Go to the Settings app on iPhone > Mobile/Cellular Data > Low Data Mode.
For WiFi: Go to Settings App > WiFi > Tap on (i) next to the WiFi name > Disable Low Data mode.
Allow Low Data Mode for WiFi Network
This is wondrous Because Apple helps to save WiFi Network data Usage using new Low Data Mode in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 or later for iPhone and iPad. these options for particular or selected Networks. Let’s Check it out. How to enable and use it.
Step 1: Open Settings app on iPhone, iPad.
Step 2: Next Tap on WiFi. and Tap on (i) button next to the network name appear on the connected WiFi Network list.
Now, On WiFi Settings, You will find Low Data Mode, Enable the toggle that helps apps on your iPhone to reduce their network data use.
Here’s iPad screen,
How to Download Apps Over 200MB on iOS 13 iPhone and iPad: iOS 14/iPadOS 14
Unless you upgrade iPhone with Android smartphone, there’s a lot to deal with iPhone and its limitations. But, I bet, you won’t change iPhone over Android, and there is no need to do this. Because year over years Apple has added amazing features in iPhone that Android can’t provide. Past iOS versions, doesn’t allow us to download apps over 200MB on cellular data, am I right? This limitation is eliminated in iOS 13, now you can download apps that are greater than 200MB over Cellular data. Here’s how to do it.
Step #1: Navigate to the “Settings” app.
Step #2: Locate and tap the “iTunes & App Store”.
in iOS 14 and later – Tap on App Store
Step #3: Under Cellular Data, go to “App Downloads”.
Step #4: There you will get three options to choose from, Always Allow, Ask if Over 200MB and Ask First. Select “Always Allow”.
Another Pro setting for Apple Download on Cellular Data is out of control if you set. Keep Automatic Download enable for Cellular Data. After that, you can Automatic Downloads the app from the App Store.
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App Downloads Options,
- Always Allow: Allow All Apps to download automatically using cellular data. When roaming, Permission to download is always required.
- Aks if Over 200 MB: Only Allow Apps under 200 MB to download automatically using Cellular Data.
- Ask First: Always Ask for Permission to download apps using Cellular Data.
Thanks for Reading, Apple now caring your data for limited users in new iOS 14 or later Update. Share these tips and help to others also comment me on if you found a problem with you after that.