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alfon_sico

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Oct 3, 2015
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I was using 9.2 beta 4 or beta 5 I don't remember but yesterday I didn't need update my iOS in iPhone 5S

This morning for the first time since iOS 6.0 I get a phone calling with full screen contact photo, I don't know if it is a bug or a weird contact photo bad saving. I remember that few days ago I edited this photo to fit better in the circle

Not sure but get my wife photo and I just edit again the contact photo, simply touching a little bit to zoom in or center ... and again when she call me just now I get the full screen photo in iPhone

This behavior is similar as it was with iOS 6. If you touch photo contact you can get full screen, but since iOS 7 it never happen to me more ... till today

Any other know something about that?
 

C DM

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Oct 17, 2011
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I get full screen photos for people whose pictures I took using my iPhone, and I don't get them for pictures I imported into contacts on the iPhone.
I think if you go to edit those pictures on the phone and then save them that will get them to work as if you took them on the phone itself (and show in full screen), at least that's how it used to work.
 

alfon_sico

macrumors regular
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Oct 3, 2015
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That's true but when it comes again to iOS?

Till today it never happen since iOS 6. Nobody has checked that before?

I didn't get yesterday iOS update cause I have last beta version so I can't understand
 

C DM

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Oct 17, 2011
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That's true but when it comes again to iOS?

Till today it never happen since iOS 6. Nobody has checked that before?

I didn't get yesterday iOS update cause I have last beta version so I can't understand
It worked for me in iOS 7 and/or 8 (can't recall exactly when I stopped using contact photos for simplicity).
 
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