Apple has just doubled the limit for downloads on the iPhone over 3G networks from 10MB to 20MB. This hints tat there might be richer multimedia content for their new iPad, PC World reports. Until now, users wanting to download an app or a podcast had to use WiFi if the file was over 10MB.
Besides giving iPhone users a wider variety of content they can download over 3G networks, the cap increase may be a sign that the iPad will require larger file downloads over 3G because of higher resolution graphics and more complex applications.
AT&T is currently struggling to keep with iPhone users’ voracious appetite for app downloads.
Source: PC World.