“The basic issue is that iOS 6 provides more ways for your iPhone and iPad to use cellular data, perhaps without your knowing it,” Gruman reports. “And as AT&T and Verizon Wireless — the providers accounting for the vast majority of U.S. iPhone users — continue to push users into capped data plans, that continual connectivity can get very pricey.”
Gruman reports, “For example, a new option called Wi-Fi Plus Cellular automatically lets apps switch from Wi-Fi to cellular service if they encounter Wi-Fi connection issues. That helps assure continuous data access, but it also lets apps deplete your data or incur data overage charges without your knowledge. Unless you have an unlimited data plan, you should turn this new feature off.”
More tips in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "JES42" for the heads up.]