How To Turn Off 3G, LTE, 4G Data iPhone 5

Posted by on Jan 8, 2013 in iPhone Settings, Turn Off LTE and 3G Data | 5 Comments
How To Turn Off 3G, LTE, 4G Data iPhone 5

Having the ability to turn your 3G, LTE/4G celular data off can be a great way to save some money. For people who don’t have a lot of data turning it off when in wifi zones will help. Sometimes it is a good idea to turn off LTE when your not getting a good LTE signal. The reason for this is that the iPhone 5 drains more battery when it is using low signal LTE. Below is the video tutorial on how to turn off 3G, LTE and 4G data on the iPhone 5.

Video Tutorial: How To Turn Off 3G, LTE, 4G Data iPhone 5

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Instructions:

  1. Open the Settings app
  2. Tap general and then Celular
  3. To turn off LTE/4G slide the toggle switch to off
  4. To turn off 3G and all celular data slide the celular data switch to off

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5 Comments

  1. claudiu91
    April 11, 2013

    when you turn off cellular data the phone remains on 3g…

    Reply
    • Admin
      May 13, 2013

      Yes the phone remains on 3G because your still able to receive calls and texts through the network. Your just turning off the data usages you may endure through surfing the net or playing with apps. You can shut the whole service down by turning on airplane mode.

      Reply
      • Admin
        May 13, 2013

        You need to go back and edit the photo, you can pull the corners of the crop back to original size and turn the auto enhance off. It’s a bit of a pain but can be done.

        Reply
  2. Josh
    June 26, 2013

    When I go on my iPhone 5 it doesn’t say LTE it says 3G. Why?

    Reply
    • Admin
      July 1, 2013

      Getting LTE depends on your location and carrier. The iPhone 5 comes standerd with the LTE capability but if your carrier doesn’t provide it or if your out of range from the towers you will be bumped back down to 3G. I have times when I am out of the city and in more of the country ares where I lose my LTE coverage as well. If you never have LTE no matter where you go then I would suggest you call your carrier and ask why.

      Reply

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