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21.01 Open Beta, Beta Build 2
Example: iPad 8th Generation, iOS 14.2
2020 12.9inch iPad Pro (4th generation) iOS 14.4.2
Describe issue here
After updating the app to beta build 2 yesterday, my 2020 iPad Pro has been experiencing higher temperatures than usual.
my iPad was runs at high graphic settings and at 60fps whilst I was on the ground, climbing, descending or on approach. During cruise I would set my graphic settings to low and 30fps and also setting time to night. In the first beta build my iPad’s screen and battery would be warm with high graphic settings (as expected). And during cruise with the low graphic settings my iPads screen and battery would be at a cool temperature. (Even when charging)
However today I did my first flight in beta build 2 and this was not the case. My iPad at high graphics settings was hotter than usual. (Especially the screen) and even during cruise with graphics set to low and set to 30fps my iPads screen and battery were still pretty hot which I’ve never witnessed before while running IF on this device.
And when it was time to descend I was going to turn my graphic settings back to high again as I usually would. However I go into settings to set my graphics to high again and the simulator completely crashes. This is the first time IF has crashed on my iPad during this open beta.
In beta build 2 I thought my iPads battery and screen would get less hot however it’s gotten more hot. Therefore I thought it was necessary to bring this topic up since this device has comfortably ran IF at the highest graphics in past versions of IF and the first beta build of the 21.01 open beta.
Steps to reproduce (I don’t know what this means exactly but if it means how you make it happen again I’ve left the steps below)
Run IF at low graphics and 30FPS during cruise (maybe the route I did affected this. The route was LFPG-HKJK.
When it’s time to descend turn graphics settings back to max and set FPS to 60
when I did this the app crashed
Describe the expected result
usually the app would not crash by doing this on a 4th generation iPad Pro
Describe what actually happened. Example: app crashed when pressing “Fly” in the main menu
the app completely crashed