As per the report by MacRumors, YouTube will soon add a picture-in-picture feature to iPhone and iPad devices. This feature available for all iOS users, it does not matter you have premium subscribers users or non-premium subscribers.
But users with premium members have the advantage that the feature has just arrived on their device. On the other side, non-premium users will have to wait for some time for this, but it is completely confirmed that they too will get this feature soon.
This feature can prove to be very helpful for all the users because the option that it provides is that through this video can play and watch your videos like a small- popup display and with it, you can also operate your other applications by watching the videos.
Along with this, you can adjust this small-size video at any angle of your display and also bring it to full-size mode with just one click. Those users who have got the Picture-in-Picture feature are making good use of it, but the users who are still not aware of this, then we have brought a video for you which you can see below.
Picture-in-Picture feature dummy video for iPhone and iPad:
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YouTube picture-in-picture has been a constant back and forth game, with it sometimes working via the YouTube website on Safari. Some users have found creative workarounds utilizing Shortcuts to turn off built-in parameters on the YouTube site that disables picture-in-picture. Now, though, with official support rolling out and soon to be more widespread, those workarounds will no longer be needed.
This feature of YouTube works through the Safari browser under which some users are using it. Although, some users have found creative workarounds that use shortcuts to turn off the built-in parameter that disable the picture-in-picture feature on the YouTube site. Well once this feature is expanded to a large extent, users will no longer need it.