Today DJI GO App version 2.7.2 for IOS dropped onto the world. Most notable change is the look of the camera user interface and the Flight Record system.
What’s new/different this version.
1: Re-designed camera User Interface for easier controls and a nicer look.
2: Overhauled the Flight Record system, making every flight count.
3: Added new Home Point option, allowing return to the current position when the Home Point is far away.
4: Lowered power consumption and several smaller bug fixes.
Only time and use will tell of the power consumption of the app has really changed from the previous version. It would be good if DJI have managed to shave some power usage away from this very hungry app.
Second to the Flight Records section, the other noticeable change is to the Camera View interface, rearranged a little. Gone is the little house logo to go back home, now you have a large DJI logo. Next to that is the “System Status”, its gotten wider. To the right of that is the “Flight Mode” button, “Obstacle Sensing Status” button, “GPS Signal Strength” icon, “Remote Controller Signal” and “HD Video Link Signal” buttons, “Battery Level” button and the “General Settings” button. Below all these is the “Battery Level Indicator“. The rest of the screen looks similar to the previous bersion.
Whilst using the app this warning popped up reminding me that the “MidAir Motor Stop Method” had changed.. This is in reference to the new CSC DJI introduced a couple firmwares back.