by Brent Dirks
September 18, 2013
With the official introduction of iOS 7, Apple has just increased the largest app size that users can download over a cellular connection to 100MB. The limit was previously 50MB, which was instituted shortly after the introduction of the third-generation iPad mini back in 2012. Before that change, the limit was a paltry 20MB. This is great news for both developers and users. Developers always try to keep their app sizes under the cellular download limit so buyers can immediately purchase the title no matter where they are. And with the introduction of faster LTE networks, users will be able to download more popular apps without waiting. If you attempt to download an app over 100MB, it must be with a Wi-Fi connection. For all of the latest iOS 7 news, visit here.