I am a little bit confused regarding the different iOS device screens:
There is a background picture that should fill out the background however:
iPhone Wide (480x320): Horizontal a little bit is cut off, and as expected vertically some part is cut off as well. Around the picture some black is seen.
iPhone 4G Wide (960x640): Horizontal all is seen, and as expected vertically some part is cut off. Now only on left and right side black is seen.
iPad Wide (1024x768): Looks like for iPhone 4G Wide. Horizontally all is seen, vertically some part is cut off, why? Doesn’t the iPad have a higher height (Landscape orientation)? As before on left and right side black is seen.
iPhone Wide (3:2): like iPhone Wide (480x320) but now the black only on the side.
iPhone Wide (4:3): like iPad Wide (1024x768) however horizontally it is cut off as well and more black is seen.
Isn’t iPad Wide (1024x768) the same as iPad (4:3)? Further why does it cut of vertically like it does for iPhone? And why does it cut off horizontally a lot for iPad (4:3) while for iPhone it doesn’t?
Do I have to change something for the static camera? How to set it up correctly so it will fill out the whole iPad screen as well as the iPhone screen (no scalling). The idea was to have a background that fills out the iPad screen and when on the iPhone it only cuts off some of the vertical part. What do I misunderstand?
Thankful for any help.