A large number of mobile carriers offer expensive yet limited cellular data plans, in which case we are forced to use it sparingly. However, for those who can afford a decent/unlimited data plan or who got an awesome deal, it might be a good idea to enable highest quality music streaming over cellular on iPhone.
It’s really worth doing this if you enjoy listening to music and don’t mind the higher cellular data consumption high-quality streaming requires.
How to enable highest quality music streaming over cellular on iPhone
Before we proceed to the steps you need to take in order to enable highest quality music streaming over cellular on iPhone, you should know this affects streaming from iTunes Radio, iTunes Match, Apple Music and songs from iTunes iCloud libraries.
The whole process is extremely simple. Navigate to Settings -> Music and scroll down to the “Playback & Downloads” section. There, enable the “High Quality On Cellular” option and if the “Use Cellular Data” option is turned off, enable it as well.
From then on, you will hear the highest quality audio when streaming a song or a station in the Music app, not a compressed version.
With the risk of repeating myself, I feel obligated to point out once more that having this option enabled will not just provide noticeably improved sound quality but it will also use significantly more cellular data. So make sure if you decide to enable highest quality music streaming over cellular on iPhone that you can afford the extra bandwidth usage or you have an unlimited data plan, plus it’s a good idea to make sure you also have LTE enabled on your device.
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