One of the advantages of the new operating system iOS 13 which may be useful to many users is the ability to download apps larger than 200 MB on iPhone through cellular data.
There is an option that allows users to turn off the warnings about the size of any application.
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In iOS 12, Added Apple TV the maximum size of apps to be downloaded, which is 200 MB over the cellular connection. That was a slight increase from the previous limit of 150 MB. Despite the presence of it to prevent users from bypassing the data plan of their unexpectedly, however, there was no option to bypass this limit.
Provides iOS 13 now the option to download apps that are larger than 200 MB on via the cellular connection as well as turn off the warning completely.
Not available operating system iOS 13 currently only as a trial version for developers, but Apple says that the public beta will arrive in July. Keep in mind that it is not ideal usually run demo version on your iPhone platform, where there will be many bugs, instability, and problems such as low battery life and the like.
How to download any app of any size through the cellular data on the iPhone
- If you weren’t worried about exceeding the data limit, go to Settings Settings
- Swipe down and tap on iTunes & App Store
- Under Cellular Data, choose App Downloads App Downloads
- Select Always Allow Always Allow
As you can see below, the default setting in iOS 13 is the question about downloading any apps larger than 200 MB through cellular communication. You can still download them, but if you want more options for safety, turn off the warning.
If I kept the setup the default to download the app via cellular phone, here’s how the appearance of warning screen/ overtaking after the confirmation of the installation:
If you choose the last option “Ask First”, you can choose to get a warning for any application size exceeds 200 MB by downloading it over the cellular network.