From the iPhone since 2016, Apple has been offering 1080p supportable front cameras. The latest MacBooks also have the 720p FaceTime camera.
The Brazilian site recently found the hidden feature of iOS 14.2 that the new iOS 14 upgrade will unhide the secret 1080p “FaceTime HD” calling feature that we haven’t thought about it. For a long time, the FaceTime HD (1080p) video calling feature was in the upcoming feature list.
After Phone 7 Plus device will be able to get Apple’s front-1080p support with the FaceTime HD calling when you are connected to Wi-Fi. As we know that iPhone 12 models have the 5G connection, this feature will support iPhone 12 if it runs a 5G network.
If you are unsure whether your iPhone supports FaceTime 1080p HD Video Call, then here we have the complete list you should check out!
- iPhone 12 Pro Max
- iPhone 12 Pro
- iPhone 12
- iPhone 12 mini
- iPhone 11 Pro Max
- iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11
- iPhone XS Max
- iPhone XS
- iPhone XR
- iPhone X
- iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone 8
- iPhone SE (2nd Generation)
If you have 4G connections on your iPhone 12, you won’t get the best 1080p FaceTime video calling as you will need the best Wi-Fi connection or 5G connectivity. We can finally say that Apple is probably about to add 4K FaceTime calling, but it is still early to say that.
With the latest iPhone 12 series, Apple has added the new camera feature to record 4k video at 60 fps with the Dobly Vision HDR sound. It also has the most advanced 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 technologies to offer the best 1080p signal while using FaceTime.
After updating your device to the latest iOS 14.2, you will be able to use the new high-quality FaceTime HD calling function on the iPhones released in the last three years.