For a while now, Apple's AirDrop has provided a fast and efficient means of wirelessly transferring various content such as photos, videos, notes, contacts, and files to nearby iPhones or iPads.

AirDrop usage has always been traditionally restricted to Wi-Fi connections. However, the introduction of iOS 17.1 on your device now allows you to utilize AirDrop for sharing items over a cellular connection.

In this guide, we will walk you through how to use AirDrop without a Wi-Fi connection.

NB: Ensure that you’ve upgraded your iPhone to iOS 17.1.

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