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Facebook getting Native Screen Resolution Support for the latest iPhones and iPads models

Facebook getting Native Screen Resolution Support for the latest iPhones and iPads models
Facebook getting Native Screen Resolution Support for the latest iPhones and iPads models

The Facebook iOS app on latest iPhones and iPads which released this year will now be getting the native support. The iPhones XR, iPhone XS Max, and the iPad Pro will soon be getting a new native resolution because of the screen size and resolution of the devices.

Facebook has been waiting for the release for quite a time now and it is finally out. All the iPhone XR and iPhone XS Max, users will now be able to enjoy the Facebook app at their full potential screen resolution. In the iPads, there was a black bar available previously, but in the latest update, it was all removed. The Facebook application for Apple is now is the 206.0 version and it has been a major development for all the people who are using the latest iPhones which were released in the year 2018.

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Facebook has always been very much open to making changes on their devices with the latest handsets released by Apple every ear. People have been really happy that they have received the update of Facebook app on their iOS.

According to an iPhone user:

 “I was really looking for the update from Facebook because without the update, I was not able to use the Facebook application to its full potential even when I have the latest iPhone from Apple. I am really happy that Facebook has really taken care of all the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR.”

Facebook has very recently revealed that they have plans to merge all their platforms in one. They will be merging WhatsApp Messenger, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram together into one platform. The works of this project are still going on and people are not very sure when it will be releasing.

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It is expected that by the end of the year 2020, these merged platforms will be available for the users to use and enjoy. The only problem that Facebook is facing now is that WhatsApp comes with an end to end encryption and this is very much hard to merge with other chat platforms which are available in the market.

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