Apple iPhone X Can Now Play YouTube Videos in HDR


To give it a go, you can find HDR supported videos on this YouTube channel. The service then extended the support to include select Android devices including Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy S8, LG V30 and Sony Xperia XZ Premium in September a year ago.

Google has released an update to YouTube that adds HDR video playback to the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X. Previously, the feature made its way to those with a Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, Note 8, LG V30, Google Pixel, or the Sony Xperia smartphone. The HDR Channel includes videos that can be viewed in HDR on iOS.

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The iPhone X is not the only Apple device using a HDR-enabled screen, but the newest iPad Guru versions do not seem to have been granted the exact same treatment from YouTube only yet. As shown above, just tap on the "3 dots" on the top right-hand corner, select quality and tap on "1080p60 HDR". The phone was also the company's first device to feature HDR OLED display. That being said, on iTunes Movies Store present on Apple TV 4K, selected films also come with the support of 4K, HDR10, and "Dolby Vision" when they are paired with compatible 4K television sets, the report added. On YouTube app for Apple TV, the maximum resolution for videos is still at 1920 x 1080 while the 4K resolution is 3840 x 2160 pixels.

As far as the HDR content is concerned, HDR videos offer a broader range of colours and greater brightness compared with the sub-HDR videos. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and it provides a wide range of enhanced color options in videos.