How to disable automatic video playback in the new iOS 11 App Store

Days before the launch of iOS 11, the Cupertino guys updated iTunes by removing access to the App Store, so we can no longer use our computer to search for applications, download, buy or copy them on our iOS-managed device. It seems that Apple wants to reduce the number of functions offered through iTunes by limiting the use that we can make this application and wants from now on we have to go directly to the new Apple Store which has come from the hand of iOS 11, the latest version of the operating system for Apple's mobile device that is available for download in its final version for a couple of days.

If you have already updated to iOS 11 and you have taken a look at the new Apple Store, surely the new design will have caught your attention where we can find articles about applications that are available, as if the App Store had become a blog About apps But in addition, you have also been able to verify how Apple has introduced a large number of videos, videos that play automatically when we move to your position.

This automatic reproduction can be a problem for those rates that are still a bit fair today. Fortunately Apple allows us to stop playing these videos natively when we are using a mobile data network, so we can configure it to be played only when we are connected to a Wi-Fi network.

Disable automatic playback of videos from the App Store

  • We headed up Settings.
  • Within Settings we go to iTunes Store and App Store.
  • Then click on Automatic video playback
  • Now we just have to select between the three options it offers: Yes, Wi-Fi only or No.

Sometimes Apple usually thinks of everything and this function of automatic playback of videos will stop automatically if we have a battery left or if the data connection is slow.

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