IPhone X Gets YouTube HDR Video Support

Posted: May 11 2018, 6:32am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
iPhone X Gets YouTube HDR Video Support
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  • YouTube now supports HDR on iPhone X

YouTube introduces HDR Video Support for iPhone X Users

YouTube has begun the transmission of HDR (high dynamic range) videos for the owners of the iPhone X. This facility allows for better contrast and the hues in the video clips are brighter and bolder.

Videos can thus be viewed on HDR mode and on the selfsame channel to boot. However, there is a catch to all of this. Neither iPhone X nor Apple TV has the capacity to lend 4K power to the video clips.

HDR, by the way, is not the same as photography HDR. The images seen thanks to HDR mode possess a certain depth and substance that is missing from the run-of-the-mill ordinary videos.

Bright shades of blue, green and red appear in HDR mode. The OLED screen of the iPhone X is specially built for such a facility which is indeed a good thing.

YouTube is the newest setup that has begun this service for the iPhone X. Netflix began rolling this facility a year back. It came as a part and parcel of its iOS 11.

The spokespersons from YouTube are not available for comments on the matter. The latest smartphones are a blessing though since they allow virtually anything and everything to take place in their contextual space.

Reddit users and MacRumors first noted this change that Apple's iPhone X smartphones now supports HDR videos on YouTube.

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