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matrix077 said:Is there any possibility that iPhone X Plus screen would be full 4K?
That will be huge.
- iPhone X: 5,8" super retina (scale 3, 458 ppi) OLED with 1125 x 2436 pixels (same as the current iPhone X)
- iPhone X Plus: 6,5" super retina (scale 3, 458 ppi) OLED with 1242 x 2688 pixels.
- iPhone: 6,1" retina (scale 2, 326 ppi) LCD with 828 x 1792 pixels.
The 6,5" Plus and 6,1" will have the same number of logical points (414 x 896).
vicp said:ascii said:vicp said:macseeker said:LaraCroft835 said:macseeker said:I don't see the Messages in the iCloud setting in Messages Preferences. Mac Pro 5,1 (Mid 2012). Updated to macOS 10.13.5.
I also was able to setup iCloud messages just fine on my iPhone and iPad after the IOS updates, and they synced fine, with one issue. On the iPad, when I go to iCloud->Manage Storage->Messages, Conversations shows 86.2MB. But on the iPhone, it varies. When I started this reply and checked, it was saying Zero KB; I just checked again and it says 54.5MB. On both devices, the Messages app shows the same amount of storage (currently 143.1MB). I checked the iPhone a few times after the IOS upgrade and enabling iCloud messages, there, and the Conversations has gone back and forth between Zero and some number of MB.
"As you would expect, there's a financial consequence to integrating the sheer amount of processing power into such a small device," Wrong statement. The X is sharing its "amount of processing power" with the 8 and 8 Plus because they use the same A11 SoC. He could better refer to the screen and Face ID sensors.