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Fixed in 2022.2.18f1, 2023.2.0a13



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[iOS] “Screen.orientation” returns wrong orientation when rotating a device



How to reproduce:
1. Build And Run the attached “” project on an iOS device
2. Hold the device in portrait orientation, then turn the device to the right and back to portrait orientation
3. Observe the printed Screen Orientation

Expected result: Printed Screen Orientation is Portrait > LandscapeLeft > Portrait
Actual result: Printed Screen Orientation is Portrait > LandscapeLeft > PortraitUpsideDown

Reproducible with: 2022.2.13f1, 2022.2.16f1, 2023.2.0a6, 2023.2.0a11
Not reproducible with: 2020.3.47f1, 2021.3.23f1, 2022.2.0a17, 2022.2.12f1, 2023.1.0a1, 2023.1.0b13, 2023.2.0a5

Reproduced on:
VLNQA00494 - iPhone 14 Pro Max, 16.3.1 iOS
VLNQA00358 - iPhone 12, 14.1 iOS
VLNQA00392 - iPad (9th generation), 15.0 iOS
VLNQA00310 - iPad Pro 12.9", 13.4.1 iOS

Not reproduced on:
VLNQA00520 - Galaxy S22 USA (SM-S901U), CPU: Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (SM8450), GPU: Adreno 730, OS: 12

Note: If repeating the 2nd step a few times screen orientations keeps changing (Portrait > LandscapeLeft > PortraitUpsideDown > LandscapeLeft > Portrait)

  1. Resolution Note (fix version 2023.2.0a13):

    Fixed in: 2023.2.0a13

  2. Resolution Note (fix version 2022.2.18f1):

    Fixed in: 2022.2.18f1

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