This weird thing keeps happening to me – like, for the third time now! Whenever I'm out of Wi-Fi, my iPhone suddenly gobbles up gigabytes of data, even when I'm not streaming movies or doing anything data-heavy.
Confused (and frustrated!), I dug around and found the culprit: document syncing. Apparently, these sneaky documents are silently siphoning my precious cellular data.
Here's the problem: I need those documents for work, so simply turning off syncing isn't an option.
So, I'm turning to the awesome minds of this forum for help!
1 How can I stop document syncing from draining my data without affecting my work? Are there any specific settings I can tweak?
2 What kind of documents are even using all this data? Is there a way to identify the culprits and only sync the important ones?
3 Have any of you faced this issue? How did you solve it?
Any advice or insights would be lifesavers! Thanks in advance!
P.S. I know there might be typos in my post, but I wrote it quickly on my phone. Please forgive any mistakes!