With the latest beta of iOS 14.5, the YouTube website is again compatible with Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode, although it is likely that it may once again be blocked in the future.
Tests show that this mode works again in both Safari and third-party browsers like Chrome and Firefox. To activate it, simply expand a video to play it in full screen, then tap the small icon Picture-in-Picture present at the top left of the interface. This way, we will be able to continue watching the video YouTube in a smaller frame, while maybe we use some other app.
In the latest iOS 14.5 beta, Picture in Picture mode is working again on YouTube’s website, in not just Safari, but in every browser I have on my iPhone. ¯_(ツ)_/¯ pic.twitter.com/pP8cRsO3xU
— Tim Hardwick (@waxeditorial) February 10, 2021
Apple added PiP support to iPhone with the release of iOS 14, allowing users to watch videos on the YouTube website as well. The company, however, quickly blocked that possibility on its website, unless the user logged in with a subscription to YouTube Premium.
Most likely with the release of the final version of iOS 14.5 this feature will be blocked again.
Source: iPhone Italia by www.iphoneitalia.com.
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