And if you do have it on what would happen? A lot of people have it on all the time, even when in places where there's no Wi-Fi, and it really doesn't change anything noticeable for them. Perhaps making sure to disable the auto discovery of available networks thst is one of the only things that could create some hassle and that is usually recommended to be disabled. Might be with seeing if there's an actual difference in practice. ---------- Interesting. But certainly if that makes a difference for you then that would make sense for you (or someone that might see a difference like that). It's a little odd that it does make a difference like that, but I certainly can't deny that there might be some different experiences that people have for one reasons or another. For the most part it shouldn't be something that would make a difference like that. And based on use of it with a number of different iOS devices over the years it hasn't really made a difference. Having come across various articles about it and various threads over the years mostly the same kinds of conclusions are drawn in them as well. But, again, it's the personal experience that matters, and if there's actual difference that's actually noticed with it for some reason, then it can definitely make sense.