Wi-Fi Assist Feature in iOS 9 Will Automatically Use Cellular Data When Wi-Fi Connectivity is Poor

In latest iOS 9 beta update, Apple has fixed Wi-Fi connectivity issues with the new ‘Wi-Fi Assist’ toggle in Cellular settings for automatically switching to cellular data when experiencing weak Wi-Fi.

This feature was first covered by 9to5Mac in this post along with a dozens of other new  features spotted in latest iOS 9 beta update for developers. These includes 15 new wallpapers, radio station Beats 1 and Apple Music support in CarPlay and Wi-Fi Calling support now for AT&T users.


However, this new feature is currently available to the iOS 9 beta developers users. If you’re on stock iOS 8, you’ll have to wait for the finale release of iOS 9. Apparently, iOS 9 is set to launch this fall for iPhone 4S and higher, iPad 2 and higher, and the 5th and 6th generations iPod touch.

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[Source: Mashable]