iPhone download cap raised to 20MB. Is it enough?

by Mike
Posted February 18th, 2010 at 12:59 pm

When your employer comes to you and says they’re going to double your income, you’re pretty stoked, right? Of course. So when Apple subtly bumps up the data cap on iPhone downloads from 10MB to 20MB, happiness should also consume your soul should it not? Though even at 2x my previous capacity, I’m still finding 20MB to be rather limited. With many iPhone apps easily surpassing 20, 50, and even 100MB, is higher 20MB cap really make that much of a difference? Personally, I wouldn’t mind seeing 50MB or more. Over AT&T’s 3G network, even something as high as 50MB wouldn’t take more than 10-15 minutes. To some, that’s an eternity though.

Looking back over the recent VoIP revelations, the Slingplayer back tracking, and now the raised data limit, is this a sign AT&T is finally working on something?


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