FaceTime calling gets better over older iPhones
FaceTime calling gets better over older iPhones

Apple released iOS 14.2 in early November and announced a number of new features for the iPhone. The only thing that was not mentioned is that the iPhone 8 devices were supported with 1080p FaceTime resolution. And later.

Apple has updated product comparison pages for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone SE, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max to now get FaceTime HD calls with 1080 support Pixels. Over a wireless network.

Although the front cameras on iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are nearly identical to the previous generation, previous support was limited to 720p.

Very few calls are still made on a mobile network. However, if you are using FaceTiming on a wireless network, it may become more apparent after an update.

This means that when using FaceTime HD, the only function of the iPhone 12 series is to support the resolution over wireless mobile and 5G networks.

According to the test, the quality difference between 1080p Wi-Fi and 720p 4G LTE on the old iPhone is very clear.

Since this feature is already present on the iPhone product and comparison pages, it is unclear why Apple did not include this feature in the changelog for this update.

If you have an iPhone 8 or later, you can now make FaceTime calls in 1080p resolution.

The iOS 14.2 update reportedly fixes three vulnerabilities, and hackers are using these to gain control of devices.

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