As reported last week here on the blog, the Diptic 2.0 update now supports greater than full resolution of your iPhone. The update has now gone live in the App Store.

Not only does the app now feature full-resolution output, but adjustable, Expandable Layouts are now available as an in-app purchase.

As part of the free update, Diptic now supports full (or high) resolution of the iDevice it’s on, up to 2592×2592 pixels of the iPhone 4. Here’s the breakdown:

  • iPhone 4: 2592 x 2592
  • iPad gen 1, iPhone 3GS, iPod gen 3, iPod gen 4: 2048 x 2048
  • iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPod gen 1, iPod gen 2: 1600 x 1600

Users also have the option of saving in the old, faster, original size output of the app, which was 1024×1024 on an iPhone 4. Honestly, though, they did a pretty nice job coding for high-res and there really isn’t much of speed hit when saving the larger files on an iPhone 4. Nonetheless, the option is there in the updated export screen.

The other big new feature is Expandable layouts, available as an optional feature for a $0.99 in-app purchase. Diptic now allows you to change the aspect ratio of the entire dyptich/tryptich, etc. The layouts are slider-adjustable from 1:2 to 2:1 aspect ratios. There are 5 presets on the slider that you can set to simply by clicking on the icon below. It’s very easy to use.

The high-resolution support should please users who have been clamoring for this since the app’s release.

Diptic is a universal app that currently works on any iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad running iOS 3.0 or newer. It’s $1.99 in the App Store. The Expandable Layouts feature is an additional $0.99 in-app purchase.

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