If you are an iPhone or an iPad user, chances are you’ve been warned by Apple’s operating system when trying to download an app from the App Store that is above 150MB. Apple required users to connect to a Wi-Fi network to download apps and games that are over 150MB, but the company has now increased the limit to 200MB. This means one can download an app from the App Store using their cellular data if it is under 200MB in size. While this is not a huge change, iPhone and iPad users who can’t use Wi-Fi for some reason should now be able to download and install slightly larger apps.
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