iOS 9 - WiFi Assist

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  1. bballrob

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  2. Europa

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    This is an iOS 9 feature many people have been waiting for for a long time, myself included. If my WiFi signal is so poor that I'm going to get the "There was a problem loading this page" error, I'd rather have it automatically switch to cellular. I have a lot more data than I use, so it's a non-issue for me, but people who are close to their data limits might want to disable it.
     
  3. RicK james

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    Am I the only one to turn this off? I have plenty of data to use each month but my understanding is if the wifi is poor it goes right to cellular. May not be good for people on low data plans
     
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    Did you notice my thread on this 4 below this one? Or the one brought up well before mine?
     
  7. billnye97

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    Apparently not so if there is a mod that can delete this go for it. [​IMG]
     
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    Well, this mod is at Dairy Queen, so...
     
  9. efuseakay

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    Leaving mine on. Unlimited data with AT&T, so that's 22GB before they throttle. ;)

    If I was on a 3GB plan or something similar, I'd definitely turn it off.
     

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