I searched for dups, but this is something I don’t really know a really good title for, so I might’ve missed it, if I did, just link it for me, thanks :)
Anyway, I have always been curious, when your flight time in Infinite Flight gets to 99.59, when you get right on the money for 100 hours, what happens? Does Infinite Flight then say 100.00, or does it just restart back to 00.00 If it does restart back to 00.00, would the full time appear on your logbook? If it doesn’t reset, when does it stop? 999.59? 9999.59? Etc…
I don’t know if anybody has done something like this before, however I have always wanted to put my iPad to the limits by turning down all graphic settings and doing a ton of long flights and seeing how long it lasted, always wanted to see what happens once you cross a certain mark.
If nobody has the answer, I might try it out throughout the week to see what happens and report back.
EDIT: Realized this might be confusing, by ‘flight time’ I am taking about the option for flight time you can set on the bottom bar of your Infinite Flight.
Be my guest, you can test it out.
I was going to start this week because I think the 787 can stay airborne for 16 hours at a time, which I can takeoff at 10 and land at 4 the next day. If you want to try it out too, that’s totally fine, report back your findings!
We are currently about an hour away from starting the descent into Mexico City after taking off from Changi at roughly 10:15 PM last night. With graphics turned all the way down and brightness at a minimum, the iPad has no major concerns so far, the only noticeable lag is frame lag, which might be caused by the ‘limit frame rate’ option which I engaged.
After getting home from school I wrapped it in a coolie pack I bring with my lunch. The coldness should improve performance and avoid my motherboard from searing off in the heat, although not much heat was noticeable.
The next update should be out the same time tomorrow.