On the iPhone with iOS 8.1 we can choose the type of network connection we want (LTE, 3G, 2G)
As we know, with the introduction of the iPhone 5 the Californian firm, Apple began to introduce LTE technology in their new devices, however iOS, the mobile operating system does not allow to disable 3G leaving such a possibility only for a new technology. But nevertheless, Now with the arrival of iOS 8.1 it is very likely that we can decide if we want to exclude the LTE connection, but also 3G.
Apple recently launched iOS 8.1 Beta 1 for developers and will be released to the general public soon
Recently Apple launched the first Beta version of what will be the new update of its new mobile operating system, iOS 8.1 Beta 1, which has come with a variety of new features. Among the new features we can find the possibility of using the new mobile payment system of the Californian firm, Apple Pay, available for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, in addition to the new continuity feature between mobile devices with iOS 8 and more computers with OS X Yosemite.
In addition to the various new features, a new feature now arrives that is very likely to be available in the new version of iOS 8, iOS 8.1, and that will arrive for try to improve the battery life of the iPhone. Apart from controlling the amount of brightness that the device's screen has, a good way to save battery in the device is to deactivate the possibility of the device connecting to the LTE network, however we can now decide if we want to exclude also 3G connection and limit the connection of our iPhone to only 2G in the most critical moments.
Thanks to some screenshots that have been filtered, it has been deduced that such a feature will be introduced by Apple with the new version of your mobile operating system, iOS 8.1, which could be released next October.
This new feature would help save battery consumption on iPhone with iOS 8.1
This feature will surely please many users, especially those who live in areas where all mobile networks are not yet available and even those who do not need this type of connection, allowing to limit the battery consumption to a maximum, especially in cases in which the Battery level is low or limited on the iOS device.