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Apple raises limits on downloads via 3G

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 19 Feb 2010 14:36 User comments (6)

Apple raises limits on downloads via 3G Apple has doubled the previous cap imposed on iPhone owners when trying to download applications via AT&T 3G.
Until today, users could download apps with a limit of 10MB in size, with any larger downloads having to be done via Wi-Fi. Users can now download apps up to 20MB in size.

Although criticized, the caps are imposed to help AT&T save bandwidth on an already overworked network.

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6 user comments

119.2.2010 23:12

more reason why i would jump ship when Iphone is going to be with another carrier.

220.2.2010 5:45

Originally posted by Hyasuma:
more reason why i would jump ship when Iphone is going to be with another carrier.
Or better yet, you can get an Android device and not have to worry about any of Apple's crap.

320.2.2010 9:30

yea, i could, but i'm not a big fan for Motorola, they break on me all the time

420.2.2010 10:12

I got the same message on my 2G.

520.2.2010 16:02

Originally posted by Hyasuma:
yea, i could, but i'm not a big fan for Motorola, they break on me all the time
My Android phone is HTC, and there are plenty others out there. (Samsung, LG, etc)

625.2.2010 6:34

I have an HTC Touch Pro that is running Android. It is being ported to a LOT of devices.

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