iPhone users hoping to use YouTube’s “picture in picture” function on iOS 14 have been given a nasty surprise.
IOS 14, which Apple has made available to iPhone users, is on the agenda with a new issue that comes with the update.
According to US media, the feature in question became unenforceable on iOS 14.
YouTube’s mobile website has stopped supporting iOS 14’s picture-in-picture (PIP) mode, according to MacRumors.
Apple has not yet released a statement on the matter. It is therefore unknown whether the change in question was made on purpose.
as soon as iOS 14 was released, it came up with two issues. The first of the problems is related to default applications.
Because users note that the apps they have defined by default do not yet work compatible with iOS 14.
The browser issue also appears to have upset iOS 14 users. Many users stress that Google Chrome is not available as the default browser.
He notes that even if users choose Chrome as the default browser, operations such as reading emails and clicking on links have to be done with Safari.