Earlier this month we reported on a number of developers who expressed concern about fitting new assets for the iPad’s Retina Display into the limited package size allowed by Apple for over the air downloading. The existing limit was just 30MB, and with images needing to be 4x as large to look good on the new screen, size concerns could prove problematic for some apps.
AppAdvice is now reporting that Apple has boosted the limit slightly, and will now only stop downloads that are 50MB or larger. While a step in the right direction, that still doesn’t match the 60MB that the earlier report indicated would be necessary. I guess for some apps, you’ll still have to rely on WiFi.