Disable WiFi Assist on an iPhone 6s Plus

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video tutorial, we're going to demonstrate how to turn off "WiFi Assist" on the iPhone 6s Plus. "WiFi Assist" is a feature that automatically switches to cellular data when you have a shaky WiFi connection. You may want to turn "WiFi Assist" off in the case when you don't have an unlimited data plan or you may be near the end of your data plan, and you want to conserve your data usage. By default, the feature is enabled.

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Steps

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    To turn the feature off, tap on Settings on the home screen
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    Tap on "Cellular"
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    At the bottom of the "Cellular" menu, you'll see "WiFi Assist".
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    Tap on the "WiFi Assist" toggle
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    This will turn the feature off. The toggle will become white.
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    To turn "WiFi Assist" back on, tap on the toggle again
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    It will slide to the right.
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