If you have ever tried to download a larger sized app to your iPad, particularly an app with a size of above 100 MB over a cellular network, 4G, or 3G, then you might have probably encountered a warning message that notifies you that you are unable to download the app. However, iPad users who are using a high-speed wireless internet connection might not have encountered this issue.
This warning message can be considered as a safety feature that prevents iPad users from accidentally consuming all of their monthly data allowance on downloading apps or games. Unfortunately, there is no real way to turn off this safety feature or settings, although there is a simple technique to solve the issue. Yet, before you proceed to the technique, you should initially know why you are affected by this particular restriction.
Even though this is one of the most common iPad issues, it does not affect all iPad users. Therefore, it is might have something to do with your mobile carrier. So, it is best to move to an area or region with better mobile coverage and check whether you are able to download larger sized apps or not. If you are able to do so, the mobile coverage at your home or office might be limited. Consequently, it can be considered as the root cause of the problem.
On the other hand, if you are still not able to download large size apps or games to your iPad through a cellular network connection, here is a simple technique that might help you to download larger sized apps and games on your iPad without using an active Wi-Fi connection.
It is significant to note that this method has not worked for all iPad users but a vast majority of them states that they were able to solve the issue through this technique. So, give it a try and see if that solves the issue. However, if you are still unable to download large sized apps, it is best to use a Wi-Fi network for downloading the app or games.