iPhone users will now be able to download files up to 200MB with cellular data
|Apple has once again upgraded the App Store download limit to WWDC 2019|
Apple has many such features that are meant for safety, but many times users have to live within a range. You must be thinking about what we are talking about? Let’s say Apple has a feature that has prevented users from accidentally downloading large files due to safety protocols.
Apple prevents cellular data from downloading a larger app or any type of large file, but many times the download limit seems to be lower on cellular data.
The limit of 150MB is very low in today’s time. Perhaps Apple has also noticed this. This is the reason that the company has increased the app store cellular data download limit from “150MB to 200MB “. This means that iPhone users can now download apps or updates up to 200MB sizes from the app store using mobile data.
Apple last extended this limit in 2017. It was increased from 100MB to 150MB in 2017. This change was introduced after the arrival of iOS 11. Earlier, since the arrival of iOS 7, the limit was 100MB only.
Now Apple has once again upgraded the App Store download limit to WWDC 2019. In this event, the company can bring iOS 13. Download limit on 200MB cellular data is now available for iPhone users. However, Apple did not say the reason behind this limit, but due to the increasing size of the app it has been decided. With this the updates of gaming apps are also bigger in size.
We expect Apple to finish this kind of limit. Instead, any such multi-step protocol can be brought in to ensure that users do not accidentally download large files.
iPhone users will now be able to download files up to 200MB with cellular data.
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