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If you’ve got an older iPhone, your FaceTime calls just got better – The Verge

iOS 14.2 allows iPhone models going back to the iPhone 8 to have FaceTime calls at 1080p when on Wi-Fi. Before the update (and currently, when on cellular) calls…

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Apple didnt announce the update, but its perfect for 2020
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When Apple released iOS 14.2 last month, it didnt mention that FaceTime calls would now be in 1080p for older iPhones. As MacMagazine notes, Apple has updated the product comparison pages of the iPhones 8, X, XR, XS, SE, and 11 (including the Max and Pro versions) to show that they now support FaceTime at 1080p over Wi-Fi, as opposed to before when they only supported 720p.
Calls made over cellular will still…

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