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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by IUBall22, Sep 13, 2012.
Yes it does, to load the directions, and maps.
Absolutely, but very little from what I gather...
what if your in the country side where there is no reception?
that kinda sucks.. tomtom stored locally...
What if you live in a place with cell service and don't want to spend $50 on a tomtom app?
that kinda sucks... apple maps navigation is free...
Buy a navigator software package for the phone with the feature to store data locally then.
Yes, but not much. Respect your data usage to increase regardless with LTE. Eveything is faster so you will probably use it more.
I already own the tomtom app...
just seems the idea of a streaming navigation app is pointless.. since when driving (motorway) the data signal is jumping from cell tower to cell tower.. and you would definitely loose data connectivity...
Actually one would be surprised by how much data turn by turn uses. Just read the other data for instance Verizon's app uses 5mb/hr its on. So 2-3 hrs commuting a day times 5 days a week thats 525mb every 4 wks- that just driving to work. Heavy users probably much more than that.
Most people don't...
Seems to work fine for years on Google Maps Navigation without losing data connectivity by your cell tower changing as your drive...
yeah I have to say when I started using the turn-by-turn navigation I was shocked at how much my data increased. I dont know the hard numbers as to what the app uses, but i did notice a significant increase in data use.
Unless Apple caches your route.
3 hours a day commuting?! Good lord
The people doing that have bigger things to worry about than using 525mb of data on their 2-3GB per month plan
Also you would have to assume that if someone was commuting to work every day 5 days a week that they would know their driving route by now and not use Apple Maps Navigation if they wanted to save data.
Apple is using vector based maps instead of tiles like previous solutions, so the data usage should be greatly reduced.
Thank you BaldiMac
The same thing that will happen if you try and make a call...it won't work. Amazing, I know.
Let's blow up AT&T cell towers and all use turn by turn. DOWN WITH AT&T!