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A Secret Feature in iOS 14.2 that Apple didn’t talk about

Facetime video calling is now upgraded to high resolution

Apple’s iOS 14.2 is released for nearly a month now. Apple official notes related to iOS 14.2 didn’t including any details about the Facetime improvement. Recently some people started noticed an improvement in the quality of the Facetime video call and discovered that Facetime on iOS 14.2 enables video calling in 1080p resolution (1920 by 1080 pixels) over the Wi-Fi on all the iPhones above iPhone 8.




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