For most smartphone users, bandwidth is a really special concept. Not only do we manage almost all our online activities around our available bandwidth, but we also reject a lot of activities over it too.
This is why most apps that are developed for smartphones these days feature special suppression softwares that do everything they can to reduce the burden placed on bandwidth by the app.
These measure can range from changing the way the app itself consumes data, to changing the way that the app handles all the external files that pass through it on a daily basis.
These external files include all sorts of formats, including but not limited to Word Files, PDF Files and image files. Today we are looking specifically at how incoming image files can be tweaked to consume less data.
Thankfully for iPhone users, this feature already comes built in with the iMessages app. In order to activate this feature, follow these simple steps:
With these simple steps, you will be able to easily reduce the image quality of incoming images, in order to reduce their impact on the bandwidth.