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When there is poor Wi-Fi, iPhone automatically uses cellular data in order to let you continue to stream video, watch movies or browse web without any inconvenience. Wi-Fi Assist may consume more data but it's a very useful feature which enhances your user experience.

Just in case, you are concerned about your data consumption or wish to have a complete control over it, you can check how much data is used by Wi-Fi Assist. Besides, you have the option to reset data usage statistics to get things started on a fresh note. Here is how it works.
How to Check How Much Data Wi-Fi Assist Has Consumed on iPhone or iPad

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Check How Much Cellular Data Wi-Fi Assist Has Consumed on iPhone

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device.

Open Settings app on your iOS deviceStep #2. Tap on Cellular or Mobile Data.

Tap on Mobile DataStep #3. Next, you need to scroll all the way to the bottom of the screen.

Step #4. Right under Wi-Fi Assist, you should see how much data it has used.

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Right under Wi-Fi Assist, you should see how much data usedHow to Reset Cellular Data Usage Statistics on iPhone and iPad

You can easily reset cellular data usage statistics in order to start afresh.

Step #1. Open Settings app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Tap on Cellular or Mobile Data.

Step #3. Scroll down to the bottom. Under Reset Statistics, you should see the last date and time when you had reset the cellular data usage.

If it's been three months since you reset the usage and Wi-Fi Assist has consumed 6GB data during this period, it means it has used around 2GB data monthly.

Step #4. Tap on Reset Statistics.

Tap on Reset StatisticsStep #5. Finally, tap on Reset Statistics to confirm.

Tap on Reset Statistics to confirmThat's it!

Head over to this complete guide to reduce cellular data usage in iOS 10. And, if you want to improve the battery life of your iPhone and iPad running the latest iOS ecosystem, follow these tips to reign in the fast battery consumption.

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