iOS 11 allows you to sync photos with iCloud via cellular. But it’s not recommended because this will waste too much data traffic. Read on to know how to prevent iCloud Photos Library using cellular data in iOS 11.
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iCloud Photo Library is an optional feature on iPhone that enables you to upload all photos and videos to iCloud and keep all changes synced across all your iOS devices. All this can be easily achieved in Wi-Fi network and battery charging situation on iOS 10 and earlier. On iOS 11 and later, photos can also be uploaded via your iPhone’s cellular data. But here’s the problem that what if you take a lot of photos. Doubtlessly that would be a huge waste of your cellular data traffic. Then what can we do to stop iCloud Photo Library using iPhone cellular data in iOS 11?
Step 1. On your iPhone/iPad, open the Settings app.
Step 2. Go to Photos section and hit it.
Step 3. Tap on the Cellular Data option and turn it off. Your iPhone will no longer use your cellular data to upload photos and videos to iCloud. All changes on your iPhone will be updated as long as it connects to power and Wi-Fi.
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