When there’s a new game you want to play or app you need to use, but a Wi-Fi network isn’t available, you can always download it over cellular data. If the size of the app is too large, however, you may not be able to on your iPhone. But that changes in iOS 13, which finally gives control over cellular data downloads in the App Store.

As standard cellular data plans increased in size year after year, Apple has kept a snail’s pace at keeping up with them with its restrictions on app downloads over a cellular network. In iPhone OS 2, there was a 10 MB limit, iOS 3.1.3 bumped it to 20 MB, iOS 5… more

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