- Apple integrates a popular YouTube function in the iOS 14.5 beta.
- You can watch YouTube videos in picture-in-picture mode without a premium account.
- It is unclear whether the function will be included in the final iOS 14.5 version.
With the picture-in-picture mode it is possible to watch a video or a film in a small window on smartphones and tablets Apple which can be moved freely on the screen. The so-called picture-in-picture function was implemented with iOS 14 introduced and also worked with YouTube videos in Safari.
But currently you can only use it with iOS 14.4 if you have a YouTube Premium account, reports the technology blog MacRumors.
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With iOS 14.5, you should be able to use the function even without YouTube Premium, as a user on Twitter shows.
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However, it is conceivable that YouTube will restrict the function again after the distribution of iOS 14.5.