How you can check your data usage on your iPhone

Being short on information before the month's end is a more common problem than you might think, and it can be a nightmare if it happens when we least expect it, as during the summer when we are sharing all of our images in social networks. In keeping with this, we've provided some advice below that you can use to preserve data on your iPhone.

Increasing the use of Facebook information

The most important thing to keep in mind is that Facebook is the fastest application to shut down with your megas. The simple answer is that it is a well-known welcoming community that sends notifications frequently and has a lot of media content, including GIFs, images, and spontaneously playing recordings, among other determining factors.

As a result, it is wise to restrict how this application is used, taking into account such crucial issues as disabling pre-programmed playing if we are using flexible information. To do this, open the Facebook app on our iPhone, select "Settings," then select the "Record settings" section, and finally choose "Recordings and Photos." We should select "Programmed playback" and "Just with WiFi associations" there.

With iOS 10, we have the opportunity to look at how much information has been used by each app we've installed on our iPhone. To accomplish this, we must first go to "Settings," then select "Versatile information," and then approve the use of portable information or choose WiFi interface. As a result, you will notice that there are many programs available that you can only use when connected to WiFi, saving you money on data usage. 

To check data usage on your iPhone, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap on Cellular or Mobile Data.
  3. Scroll down to see how much data you've used for the current period.
  4. You can also see how much data each app has used.
  5. To turn off cellular data for an app, tap on the app and then toggle off Cellular Data.

Here are some additional tips for managing your data usage:

  • Turn off cellular data when you're not using it.
  • Use Wi-Fi whenever possible.
  • Download large files over Wi-Fi.
  • Disable background app refresh for apps that you don't need to be constantly updated.
  • Check your data usage regularly so that you can track your usage and make adjustments as needed.

Here are some examples of how much data different activities use:

  • Email: 1-2 MB per message
  • Web browsing: 1-2 MB per page
  • Streaming music: 0.5-1 MB per minute
  • Streaming video: 5-10 MB per minute
  • Downloading apps: 10-50 MB per app

If you're concerned about your data usage, you can contact your carrier to see if they offer a data plan that better suits your needs.

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