Monday, October 8, 2012

An error tarificando iOS 6 could be bad data consumption

The Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 6 , no wins for trouble. During what's in the user terminal, just three weeks, there have been many major problems we have been portraying conveniently.

If you recently talked about the problems of the maps in Apple iOS 6, and this week we discussed the errors that could appear to take pictures with the new camera, today we talk about something quite serious: 3G data consumption even if we are connected to a WiFi network.

Turns out, according to some users, the data rates they had agreed with their mobile operators still consumed even when the terminal was connected to a WiFi network. This is alarming, knowing that most users connect to get home or to work to not spend your monthly 100, 200, 500 or 1000 MB.

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The failure is detected Verizon users in the United States, but is expected to start appearing more similar cases worldwide. It would not hurt everyone would begin to control spending we do our share of 3G data, although we are connected to a WiFi network.

Remember that you can consult it in Settings> General> Usage> Using the Mobile Network> Mobile Data Network. You can reset these values ​​every month and see if you pass or not the amount agreed in your contract. On the other hand, it's natural that your operator will send a message when you are about to exceed the threshold at which you reduce the download speed.

What do you think? Are we going crazy with these failures iOS 6, or really is unacceptable? Have any of you had this happen charging failure data consumed?

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