Why is my iPhone using data when connected to Wi-Fi?

Why is my iPhone consuming so much data on WiFi?

Put Background App Refresh Off Background app refresh makes sure that certain apps keep running in the background when you are not actively using them. It can refresh the content and notify you the newest messages when you turn on Wifi or mobile data. So it can cause iPhone using too much data.

Is your data still being used if you’re connected to WiFi iPhone?

A Wi-Fi connection lets you connect to the Internet without using any cellular data at all.

How do you stop yourself from using data?

This is called Data Saver mode on Android. It’s a great feature for those who want to clean up their Android phone without deleting any apps. Go to Settings > Network & internet > Data Saver. Toggle on Use Data Saver to stop all apps from using background data when those apps aren’t in use.

How do I opt out of data on iPhone?

Go to Privacy settings to see a list of apps that requested to track your activity. On iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > Privacy > Tracking. On Apple TV, go to Settings > General > Privacy > Tracking. Tap to turn off or turn on permission to track for a specific app.