Apple in early-August seeded iOS 6 Beta 4 to its registered developers. With it came a new feature in Settings, called Wi-Fi Plus Cellular. As Jeff explained in a lengthy post the following day, this toggle basically ensures that apps having trouble with WiFi can automatically switch over to cellular data. But why go implement and then remove this handy capability from iOS 6?
iOS 6 beta 4
The App Store was updated with a brand new layout for search results in iOS 6 beta. The change impacts both the iPhone and the iPad.
The card based layout is quite a departure from the current search results on iOS 5, as you'll see in our hands-on video.
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As we told you yesterday, Apple has incorporated a new Wi-Fi Plus Cellular option in iOS 6 beta 4. This new setting allows apps to use cellular data when there are issues with the Wi-Fi connection.
You can find the Wi-Fi Plus Cellular toggle in the General > Cellular panel, which is within the Settings app.
Once iOS 6 is formally released to the public, should you enable this option? Is there a risk involved when it comes to racking up extra cellular data charges with your wireless provider? We'll answer these, and other questions inside...