If your iPhone is using too much data, Low Data Mode may help manage it more efficiently. To activate it, navigate to Settings Cellular Cellular Data Options and switch it on.

Add a Quick Settings widget for Low Power Mode so you can easily enable it without going through the notification center.

  1. Go to Settings

Apple is making efforts to curb distracted driving with iOS 11. If your iPhone detects that you are moving at high speed, it will activate Do Not Disturb While Driving automatically and won’t let you dismiss its alert. Alternatively, this feature can also be enabled from Settings App manually.

Low Power Mode, another new iOS feature, works to extend battery life by disabling battery-hogging processes such as background app refresh and email fetching automatically, along with subtle visual effects that drain power. It offers an alternative to Airplane Mode while still enabling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functionality.

You can activate it through either the Battery section of Settings, or add a quick toggle directly to Control Center. Furthermore, you can choose which apps should be affected.

The latest iPhones are faster than ever thanks to Apple’s A13 Bionic chip with dual performance cores and enhanced machine learning acceleration. These phones can handle 4K video playback, slow motion footage and time lapse photography and are even 20% quicker at running Pascal’s Wager game than their predecessors.

One thing you may have noticed since upgrading to iOS 11 is that its volume slider has moved from its previous placement in the center of your screen, to now reside in the upper right corner. Furthermore, its user interface has become simpler, with larger font sizes and reduced clutter.

Other new features include the ability to draw tic-tac-toe messages in the Mail app and more Animojis such as lion and dragon faces. You can now record a five-second emergency SOS message that will call local authorities and contacts of your choice when pressing power button five times, and changing format for photos and videos may help if compatibility issues exist with older software or hardware.

  1. Go to Cellular

Some iPhone users are reporting an unexpectedly large increase in cellular data usage since updating to iOS 9. It appears to be related to WiFi Assist; when WiFi connectivity drops off significantly, iOS 9 automatically switches between Wi-Fi and cellular data for better Internet performance. Unfortunately, this feature is enabled by default and may cause excessive data use for some users.

One solution is to disable WiFi Assist by visiting Settings, then Cellular tab and scrolling down until you find “WiFi Assist.” Once off, toggle it off. Another approach would be turning Mobile Data off which will also help reduce data consumption.

Low Data Mode can also help conserve cellular data. To activate it, navigate to the Cellular tab of Settings, select Cellular Data Options and “Low Data Mode,” before tapping “Save Cellular Data.” Doing this will allow apps that utilize more cellular data than needed to use less while still having a satisfying phone experience.

  1. Go to Data Usage

Low Data Mode makes sure you can maximize the use of your iPhone’s battery by automatically managing power-intensive features, like background app refresh, auto email fetching and some subtle visual effects that eat away at its juice. With Low Data Mode enabled, this mode takes care of power management for you, giving your iPhone more battery life when used regularly.

Your Cellular Settings menu makes it easy to enable or disable this feature and manage your data usage more effectively, especially if you plan on traveling abroad or using your phone frequently while vacationing.

iOS 9 introduced a feature known as WiFi Assist that is intended to address poor WiFi connections by switching back and forth between cellular data and Wi-Fi for Internet browsing, with the latter option apparently leading to significantly higher data usage for some users. Unfortunately, however, this has resulted in significant spikes in data usage for some.

It would be convenient to add this toggle switch directly to the group of switches for VPN, Low Data Mode and Personal Hotspot so that it could quickly and efficiently switch between these modes without needing to open up Settings app.

  1. Go to Cellular Data Options

iOS can offer to reduce data usage if your battery drops below 20% or cellular data usage exceeds what iOS deems reasonable, or when using too much cellular data for extended periods. This option can be found under Cellular Data Options (or Mobile Data depending on where you reside) within Settings menu and offers to disable background app refresh, stop automatic downloads and reduce visual effects and screen brightness to conserve battery power; once charged back up to 80%+ it resumes full functionality again.

WiFi Assist, which automatically switches between cellular and Wi-Fi connections when your connection becomes unstable, is another data-saving feature launched with iOS 9. Unfortunately, some have reported using up their entire monthly data limit in just days since using WiFi Assist!

To disable these features, navigate to Settings > Cellular Data Options and switch off “Low Data Mode.” You may also wish to turn off “Lower Data Usage,” which will inform apps of your preference that they use less data. Alternatively, Apple could add shortcuts for VPN, location data and personal hotspot settings so they’re easier to access – this could prevent users from accidentally turning these toggles on and racking up an unexpectedly large bill without realizing it.

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