Users now have the option to override the limit and continue to download or pause to download using Wifi networks.
According to page 9to5mac, Apple has increased the limit of downloading applications by connecting data on Apple Store from 150MB to 200MB only last week, and now that limit is completely removed on iOS 13.
Specifically, on the latest mobile operating system for iPhone, Apple will warn users when they are downloading a heavy application. After that, the user has the option to override and continue to download or postpone to download after being connected to a Wi-Fi network.
For testing, the 9to5mac news site downloaded the PUBG app on the App Store (with a capacity of over 2GB) with a data connection on iOS 13. As a result, instead of being allowed as on iOS 12, they received a scene report on capacity and consider whether to continue downloading.
In addition, in the installation, Apple now has many new options, including:
- Always allow (Always Allow): unlimited download capacity
- Ask if it exceeds 200 MB (Ask If Over 200 MB): this feature is selected by default. If you download the app / game above 200 MB, you will receive a warning from Apple
- Ask first (Ask First): alert immediately regardless of size
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