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#1 Guntis

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Posted 11 April 2015 - 05:32 AM

iPhone 6 is in the portrait orientation, split screen is closed, Bible text open. I rotate my phone in the landscape orientation, suddenly the split screen fills the whole screen, only a few millimeters on the left still display the Bible text pane. And I cannot move the split screen handle to close it. Also a button in the bottom toolbar doesn't work. I rotate the phone back vertically and the split screen disappears. This happens almost every 2nd or 3rd time I rotate my phone.
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#2 Julie Falling

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Posted 11 April 2015 - 08:14 AM

Guntis – Did you mean to say 'landscape' both times, or is its first use supposed to be 'portrait'?

 

Anyway, I tried this on my phone and didn't see the same phenomenon, but I've got a 5s, not a 6 (hope to get a 6 this fall).  There have got to be other 6 users who visit the forums regularly, so one of them should be able to confirm.

 

Are you liking your iPhone 6?  My husband has one and has been very happy with it.  

 

We have a pilot friend (small planes) who uses his iPad for navigation with a 6+ for back-up.  And Rick Mansfield is pleased with his 6+.  The larger phone is just too big for the way I use a phone, and it won't fit in the front pocket of my jeans.


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Posted 11 April 2015 - 04:04 PM

I don't get this problem on my iPhone 6. What Tool is on your split screen?

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Posted 13 April 2015 - 08:59 AM

I have now found this same bug. I have NRSVS with the NIB one volume commentary. It then seems to always display only the commentary when a flip it to landscape mode on the iPhone 6. I do not seem to get this problem with ESVS and the ESVS study bible.

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Posted 14 April 2015 - 01:21 PM

Guntis – Did you mean to say 'landscape' both times, or is its first use supposed to be 'portrait'?

 

Anyway, I tried this on my phone and didn't see the same phenomenon, but I've got a 5s, not a 6 (hope to get a 6 this fall).  There have got to be other 6 users who visit the forums regularly, so one of them should be able to confirm.

 

Are you liking your iPhone 6?  My husband has one and has been very happy with it.  

 

We have a pilot friend (small planes) who uses his iPad for navigation with a 6+ for back-up.  And Rick Mansfield is pleased with his 6+.  The larger phone is just too big for the way I use a phone, and it won't fit in the front pocket of my jeans.

 

Sorry, first time should be portrait. I'll correct this.

Yes, I like iPhone 6, finally I have a phone with the screen size big enough for me. 6+ has even larger and sharper screen, better for reading, but it's just too big for me. If it hadn't home button section below the screen and similar one above the screen, then maybe I'd go for it. But now it is almost mini iPad mini :) I bought leather belt case for my iPhone. Probably not a solution for women…


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Posted 14 April 2015 - 03:56 PM

 

Yes, I like iPhone 6, finally I have a phone with the screen size big enough for me. 6+ has even larger and sharper screen, better for reading, but it's just too big for me. If it hadn't home button section below the screen and similar one above the screen, then maybe I'd go for it. But now it is almost mini iPad mini :) I bought leather belt case for my iPhone. Probably not a solution for women…

 

I think I'll be going with the 6 (6s?) in the fall.  I've seen the 6+ – definitely falls in the phablet category.  Too big for me, also.

 

My husband uses a leather holster type case, horizontal, for his phone, and has for years.  Works out great.  I used one for a while, clipped on the side of my jeans pocket, but it was just too weird.  We both use clear TPU cases to protect the phone itself – makes it more 'grippy' so it won't slide out of the hand and offers protection from scratches and drops.  Yes, I've dropped my phone a couple of times on hardwood and it has come off unscathed.


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Accordance 11

MacBook Air Yosemite

mid-2013 1.7 GHz Intel Core i7 (2 cores)

8 GB RAM; 512 G SSD

 

Mac mini Yosemite Acc 11

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iPad Air 1 iOS 8.1

64 GB

 

 

 

 





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