This has seriously been bothering me lately: while on a road trip, my son wants to download an app over 100mb, but the iPhone(5) refuses to allow without WiFi connection. So I have to pull off at the nearest Mcdonald's to use their free WiFi, because my only portable hotspot is inside - yes! - the iPhone. Perhaps I'm missing something in the big picture here, but who the F is Apple to dictate to anyone how much (in my case) Sprint data I use? It's like they have teamed up with the big ISPs to force people to have land-based internet service. Can someone please help me understand this ... and if there is any hack or workaround to bypass 100mb download limit?