Welcome to another guide by AskCaty. As we all know that most of the apps do require a data connection or WiFi but users couldn’t limit their WiFi or Data usage to only one app. The reason is that many processes in the background keep taking the internet to keep updating and processing. Even photos app keep taking internet connection to update and synchronize, so to avoid all of this extra internet usage Apple introduced Low Data Mode in iOS 13.
Let’s check out how can we enable low data mode for both cellular and WiFi.
How to Enable Low Data Mode for Cellular
Check out simple steps to enable low data mode for data cellular
Unlock your iPhone, open settings app and tap on the cellular tab.
Further, click on Cellular data options to proceed further.
The last step is to click on the switch button of Low Data Mode to enable.
How to Enable Low Data Mode for WiFi
Well, the interesting thing about iOS 13 is that we can also enable low data mode for WiFi as well to lower data usage for all apps across WiFi.
Unlock your iPhone, open settings app and tap on the Wi-Fi.
Turn WiFi on, click on the ‘i’ button next to the WiFi network you want to enable Low Data Mode for.
After proceeding to the next screen, click on the toggle next to Low Data Mode label.
The main benefit for enabling Low Data Mode is that it will reduce the usage of data across all type of iPhone’s default and installed apps as well to save your data. Congratulations, you have successfully managed to enable Low Data Mode for both Cellular and WiFi networks.
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