Stream HDR YouTube Videos on your iPhone
YouTube is rolling out an innovative change after which the quality of the videos will tremendously improve for the iPhone users. The HDR or high dynamic range video support is all set to backup videos for the iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus users. And, for the iPad pro users, the display has been made bright and vibrant enough for them to enjoy high dynamic range content. But MacRumors has another story to tell, which states that the video streaming company has still not enabled the support yet.
Talking about the HDR video, they are more radiant than those we simply watch over the platform. It feels more lively and impactful to watch these videos. But the interesting catch with HDR videos is that you need to have a screen that is capable of hosting such videos. Thankfully, most of the recent smartphones have the compatibility for the same. YouTube has a range of videos that appear when users search with the keyword HDR or high dynamic range videos.
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YouTube rolling HDR support for iPhone users would mean that the device would automatically switch to the mode once video streaming will start. Besides, the automatic settings, there is a way to perform the task manually by tapping the icon having three dots placed right at the screen.
Since HDR is all about, color, contrast, and brightness, the users need not choose between the resolutions that come with the options including 480p, 1080p and more.
Besides this news, Apple was very much trending in the news feeds for rolling out a new support document for authorized stores on fixing the iPhone X face id issue. As per the reports available on the same, the document summarizes the points on iPhone X’s rear camera to ensure face ID is working properly. The document offers insights on how the face ID Technology can be fixed when the rear camera is working perfectly fine. The company also claims that if the issue doesn’t resolve here they will go ahead to replace the unit.
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