Apple iPhone X Set To Receive HDR Support From Youtube

Apple iPhone X Set To Receive HDR Support From Youtube

Apple iPhone X Set To Receive HDR Support From Youtube

by May 13, 2018

iPhone X users will now be delighted with the quality of videos they watch on YouTube. In a dream collaboration of sorts, the video streaming platform YouTube has added High Dynamic Range (HDR) support for the Apple smartphone iPhone X. The Apple iPhone X users will now watch YouTube videos of better contrast and colour. All videos seen by the Apple iPhone X users on YouTube will display the letters “HDR” in the quality of the video.

The Apple iPhone X users are accustomed to HDR videos when they watch their favourite movies and TV shows on their phones via Netflix. What’s more, NetFlix has already added HDR support for the users of iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPad Pro.

The Apple iPhone X users were recently equipped with a roll out of a new support document by Apple for its authorized retail stores. This document mentions a new way to address iPhone X FaceID issues to help iPhone X users to get better and faster resolution of Face ID issues at authorized retail stores. The document highlights the importance of having the rear camera of the Apple iPhone X in perfect functional condition to ensure the that the FaceID technology can work seamlessly. In the document, Apple has also added that if the case is not resolved via the process enlisted in the document, users could claim and get a replacement for their iPhone X, as reported by 9to5Mac.

The three iPhone devices that are set to launch this year will pack the FaceID feature and a ‘notch’ display. Two of these devices is expected to feature OLED screens and one is likely to come with a more affordable LCD display. FaceID was expected to feature in the iPad tablets as well this year but it did not go through with the 6th gen iPad.