Apple has increased the amount of content that users can download to their device through the cellular network from 150 to 200 Megabytes, writes 9To5Mac. “This week, Apple increased the download limit via cellular communications for the iPhone and iPad that allows users to download large files from Apple stores, including apps, games, podcasts, movies, iTunes Store and more”, — said portal. This limit is imposed to prevent random users to download files and applications too much, and having exhausted the limit of the available Internet traffic. In recent times the amount of data that users can download through the cellular network was extended to September 2017 from 100 to 150 megabytes, reminiscent of portal.
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