Currently Being ModeratedFeb 1, 2013 1:42 AM (in response to ozcarwylde2)
You have no choice as iOS 6 updates is totally on wi-fi only if it is OTA (Over the Air). You will need to connect to the internet on your phone by wi-fi, or by going into iTunes and clicking Update
There are NO more options
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 1, 2013 1:56 AM (in response to jmahone)
Thanks for the prompt reply jmahone.
ITunes is moot - have no access to iTunes. (iBought ios device supposedly to be free of being connected to a desk).
WiFi is not an option for me I am not in a location with access to it.
"There are NO more options"
Wow! I am flawed, surely other people must have similar situations: Where their only internet connection is their IOS devices access to 3G.
Couldn't there be an option within settings we could adjust. Set the limits or remove them!
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 1, 2013 2:26 AM (in response to ozcarwylde2)
This is not a flaw in the system, and your questions won't be deleted if you are writing like this!
Yeah, thats a big problem if you are out there and you can't download over 50 Megabytes, but there is a reason why Apple is doing something like this: to reduce the load on 3G data networks!
But there is another option if you have a MacBook Pro (it's in your devices on your profile here) you can do a personal hotspot with your iPhone for the MacBook and there is it not reduced, then you can stream the ethernet with your MacBook again and bamm, you have WiFi for your iPhone and you can download the Software Update!
Or you can easyly update it via iTunes and the personal hotspot!
Hope I solved your question