While the front-facing cameras of the iPhone has a high resolution sensor, for some reason, FaceTime calls did not take full advantage of it and instead capped the quality to 720p. However, if you were hoping for higher resolution video calls, you might want to update to iOS 14.2.
One of the changes that Apple introduced in iOS 14 was the ability to add widgets to the home screen. This in turn fueled the desire of iOS users to customize their home screens even further by using Siri Shortcuts to create custom app icons to help match the aesthetics of their iPhones, although there was a bit of a downside.
One of the massive changes that Apple introduced in iOS 14 was the ability to add widgets to the home screen. While previous versions of iOS allowed users to add widgets, it was to a page to the left of the home screen. The extra step to swipe over basically meant that in some cases, it would have just been faster to launch the app itself.
One of the issues that iPhone 12 mini users have been reporting is that when their devices are paired with a case and/or a screen protector, the touchscreen display started to become unresponsive, or was intermittent in terms of its responsiveness. This seemed like an odd problem to have, but thankfully it appears to be a software issue.
If you just bought the brand new iPhone 12 and you rely heavily on SMS or iMessage to communicate with others, then you might want to take note of a potential issue. According to multiple user reports, it seems that quite a number of iPhone 12 owners are experiencing missing SMS or message notifications.
While the rumors about the new iPhones were pretty much spot on, when it comes to the accessories, those have been kind of all over the place. It was rumored that Apple could unveil a new pair of headphones at the iPhone event, but that did not come to pass. It was later rumored that the AirPods Studio has since been delayed to 2021.
One of the features of iOS 14 is the ability to set default apps for things like your browser and email. However, shortly after the release of the update, users discovered a bug where if you were to reset your phone, your default app settings would also be reset and you would need to set it back all over again.
If you’ve updated to iOS 14 and you’re experiencing some issues with the update and find that certain things are bugging out here and there, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has since released iOS 14.1. This is the latest update to the operating system that comes with a host of bug fixes.
One of the new features that Apple introduced in iOS 14 was the ability to add widgets to your home screen. This has since led to many iOS users customizing their home screens in new and creative ways, and some have even gone to the extent of changing their app icons, and Launch Center Pro’s new update makes that process easier.
If there seems to be a common thread that we’ve noticed with most iOS updates, is that following the updates, there usually appears to be a flood of complaints regarding worse battery life. It is a bit hard to track the battery drain, and in some instances, it might not necessarily be the case.
One of the features that Apple introduced in iOS 14 for the iPhone is that apps that play video can now offer picture-in-picture mode. This means that you can watch a video while doing other things on your phone. Of course, this is up to developers to choose to include such a feature.
One of the rumors surrounding the upcoming iPhone 12 is that Apple might not be including accessories with the smartphone. We expect that the iPhone 12 will still come with a charging cable, but the rumors are claiming that the iPhone 12 might ditch the power adapter and also the bundled EarPods.
One of the new features that Apple introduced to iOS 14 is the ability to change certain default apps, such as your browser and email client. However, that’s pretty much where they stopped, but interesting enough, Facebook is pushing Apple to make further changes where they are hoping that Apple could be convinced to allow default messaging apps to be changed as well.
As the legal battle between Apple and Epic continues, it seems that those of you who still have Fortnite installed on their iPhones or iPads might want to stay away from the iOS 14 update. This is according to a tweet by the Fortnite Status account who claims that updating to iOS 14 could result in the app being uninstalled.