Apple has announced that is increasing the download limit for mobile applications download with cellular connection to 150 MB. The information came from the developer’s blog just after iOS 11 was released.

Until now, the download limit for mobile apps was 100 MB. “We’ve increased the cellular download limit from 100 MB to 150 MB, letting customers download more apps from the App Store over their cellular network.” the company said.

However many iOS users today have unlimited data plans, and they should be able to choose for themselves whether or not they want to use that data for downloading apps.

But 150 MB is still a fairly restrictive limit, given the size of many of today’s mobile games. Facebook is often a culprit when it comes to hefty app updates, and it releases a new version every couple of weeks.

The limit applies only to App Store apps downloaded using cellular network. There is no such limitation over Wi-Fi.

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