Now the system will only warn the user about downloading a large application.
In iOS 13, Apple removed the limits on downloading content from the App Store over the cellular network. Users can download large applications freely or with warnings. This was noticed by blogger Valentin Petukhov, who installed the beta version of iOS 13 for developers.
In the new version of the system, restrictions have been replaced with warnings. iOS 13 can be configured to ask about downloading large data each time, only for files larger than 200 megabytes, or “always allowed”.
Prior to that, users could download large applications and games only via Wi-Fi. Otherwise, the system canceled the download.
May 31, Apple has increased the download limit on the network from 150 to 200 megabytes. This happened for the first time in two years: before that, the company relaxed the limit in 2017, also by 50 megabytes.
Apple introduced iOS 13 on June 3 at WWDC 2019. The system received for the first time a “dark” theme, swipes in a standard keyboard, updated versions of standard applications and many other improvements.