YouTube for iOS has just added HDR support for the latest iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Here are all the details.
If you're an iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max user, we have some good news for you because Google has today released an update for its YouTube app that brings with it support for HDR on the new devices.
Netflix iOS app has been updated to now support HDR content on iPhone X, iPhone 8, 8 Plus and 2017 iPad Pro models. Also, 4K content on iTunes can be streamed but not downloaded.
tvOS 11 beta 7 features assets that reference "J105a," previously reported as the code name for an upcoming 4K and HDR Apple TV 5.
Flare is an iPhone app that lets users easily shoot HDR video from their device's camera and share the full-quality result on multiple social networks.
HDR Photography option is an iPhone 4 exclusive feature in iOS 4.1. Previously we showed you how you can enable HDR photos on a jailbroken iPhone 3GS running iOS 4.1. Thanks to the recently released Limera1n and GreenPois0n iOS jailbreak tools, you can now enable the HDR option even on an jailbroken iPod touch 4G running iOS 4.1.
If the steps posted earlier were too difficult for you to follow, well you can now get HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photography feature on your jailbroken iPhone 3G and 3GS with a new tweak in Cydia which goes by the name of “HDR Camera Enabler”.
We informed you earlier that there is soon going to be a way to enable iOS 4.1 HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photography feature on your jailbroken iPhone 3G and 3GS. While the Cydia tweak still isn't out yet, you can follow the steps posted below to enable this feature as long as you have managed to jailbreak your iPhone 3GS or 3G on iOS 4.1.