How to Enable Low Data Mode on iPhone
With iOS 13, Apple introduced Low Data Dode for iPhone. This feature lets you restrict background data usage and save cellular or Wifi data. It is helpful for people who have limited data plans or are in a place with slow data speeds. Low data mode stops automatic downloads, automatic backups, iCloud sync, background tasks of several apps, and app refreshes. So, you may also not get notifications from several apps. That means you cannot use Low Data Mode all the time. But you can enable it for the time being and then disable it. If also want to learn how to use Low Data Mode on iPhone, keep reading. In this article, I will explain how you can enable Low Data Mode on iPhone and restrict data usage.
Low Data Mode is available for both Cellular Data and Wi-Fi. I will explain both.
Enable Low Data Mode for Cellular Data
To enable Low Data Mode for Cellular data, open the Settings app, and tap Mobile Data. Now select the SIM card that you use for mobile data. Tap Low Data Mode toggle to turn it on.
It will enable the Low Data Mode. You can follow the same steps to disable the low data mode by using the same Low Data Mode toggle.
Enable Low Data Mode for Wi-Fi
As I said, Low Data Mode is also available for Wi-Fi networks. To enable Low Data Mode in Wi-Fi, Open the Settings app and tap Wi-Fi. Select the Wi-Fi network you are connected to and then tap the toggle next to Low Data Mode to enable it.
This will enable the Low Data Mode for that specific WiFi network. It will work only if you are connected to this specific Wi-Fi network.
Now you know how to enable the Low data mode on iPhone. I have explained the steps for both Mobile data and Wi-Fi networks. Follow the given steps to enable or disable the low data mode.
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