Apple introduced a cool feature in iOS 17 that changes the way we use AirDrop. Imagine if two phones could share data just by coming close to each other – almost like they’re giving each other a quick peck! But on a serious note, you simply need to bring two iPhones close, head-to-head, to share data.
What’s even better? You don’t have to be in the same place to send or receive files anymore. With the help of Mobile/Cellular Data, you can send data even from different locations. Before, AirDrop needed both devices to be near each other, which was a bit tricky if you were sharing big files like videos and lost the Wi-Fi connection. Do you know Apple Roll Out Ios 17.1 Beta 2? Read More
Now, with this new feature, if there’s no Wi-Fi around, no problem! Just use your cellular data. To use this, make sure you’ve turned on the cellular data option for AirDrop on your iPhone. Cool, right?
How to Use AirDrop Without Wi-Fi in Ios 17
- Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap General.
- Tap AirDrop.
- Under “Out of Range,” toggle on the switch next to Use Mobile/Cellular Data.
You’ve just learned how to use AirDrop without Wi-Fi on iOS 17! Keep reading to learn more. Big thanks to the Apple team for bringing us these cool updates every year.