Instagram has finally come out with an optimization, especially for the iPhone XS Max and Phone XR.
Instagram, which is basically owned by Facebook has optimized its application for all the new phones which come with new display sizes. The iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR were released back in the month of October last year. The optimization ends up breaking last month and finally, Instagram is out with a new update. This update of Instagram is 76.0 which has fixed all the bugs related to the optimization of the display. Google is also working to fix the bugs that are present in the latest YouTube application for the iPad Pro which was released in the year 2018.
The problem with the application was with all the iPads which do not have a physical home button in them. The screen size of the iPhone XS which was released in 2018 September is very similar to the screen size of iPhone X which was released in September 2017. This is the reason the iPhone XS users did not face any kind of issue with the display optimization.
According to sources, the team of Instagram made sure to switch back to an older version of Xcode so that they were able to support the largest screen size. Instagram has always made sure to keep their application up to the mark with all the latest technology so that people are able to enjoy the application without any kind of glitch. People who use the latest iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR will be able to see the change by downloading the latest update directly from the App Store. The latest version of Instagram will require iOS 9 and later to get the update installed.
Last year, Apple also launched the iPad Pro 2018 which is also a device without the home button. The absence of the home button in the device has caused a few problems with opening some applications. One of the applications was the latest YouTube application.
YouTube has also come out and fixed the application and it has now announced that people will not be facing any kind of problem in the application but there is still a bug left in the application which needs to be removed in the future.