YouTube Adds HDR Support for IPhone 12 Users

Since the iPhone X was launched in 2017, iPhones with OLED screens have already supported HDR image output, but they need to be updated to support the latest hardware. A few days ago, YouTube announced an update to version 15.45.2, adding HDR image quality support for users of iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

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The new iPhone 12 series phones not only support HDR 3 for photos, but also support HDR shooting. It has jumped from 8-bit to 10-bit, which can capture up to 700 million colors and produce more realistic videos.

If you want to know whether the YouTube video you are watching is the highest quality, the user only needs to click on the upper right corner of the video, and you will see the resolution of the video you are watching. If the video itself supports HDR, you will find that all the available resolutions are marked with HDR, which proves that YouTube automatically streams the HDR version for playback, and users cannot choose non-HDR formats; and if the Liquid Retina HD display is used iPhone 11 can only choose to play movies in general formats.

If you want to know whether the YouTube video you are watching is the highest quality, the user only needs to click on the upper right corner of the video, and you will see the resolution of the video you are watching.
▲ If you want to know whether the YouTube video you are watching is the highest quality, the user only needs to click the upper right corner of the video, and you will see the resolution of the video you are watching.
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