Apple has increased the limit on over-the-air app downloads on iOS devices from 20 MB to 50 MB, reports AppAdvice.
If you had previously tried to download an app on your iDevice's data connection and it was larger than 20 MB, a popup would tell you it couldn't be downloaded until you were on a WiFi network.
This change is big for a couple reasons — first (and most straightforwardly), this means that a lot more apps are available to you when you're not connected to WiFi.
Secondly, it helps set a tone for the future of wireless connectivity, that it should be faster and more readily available. We're not sure what kind of conversation (if any) Apple had with wireless carriers surrounding this change, but there's no way they're unaware of it.
One possible reason for the adjustment is that the graphics packages required to fill an iPad 3's retina display are much larger than those for an iPad 2, so the limit was increased to make sure more of these apps are readily available.
Besides, with Apple's new iPads boasting 4G LTE connectivity, they can make short work of a 50 MB download.
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