Everything that generates money has a direct competition although distant from the original product, we just have to see Apple and its iPhone, when it came out was a before and after within the phone industry and from there all the terminals were adopting more and more a design similar to the apple, this is just an example of the millions and millions that will be if we mix all industries. Today we come to talk about the rivalry that is closest to YouTube, Vimeo, since today they have brought out a platform where you can upload HDR videos and we can watch them from our iPhone X, iPad Pro and Apple TV 4K.
Basically this is because YouTube favors a VP9 code with which iOS and tvOS do not have any support , this simply means that the YouTube app for the Apple TV 4K has a maximum resolution of 1080p or Full HD so the content in 4K resolution will not be seen regardless of whether we have a 4K television and the Apple TV 4K. Vimeo has only taken advantage of this to take a percentage of the YouTube population and put it in their pockets because they do allow Apple TV 4K users to view media in the quality they have purchased the device.
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In short, those users of iPhone X, iPad Pro and Apple TV 4K can benefit from this new platform that Vimeo has launched as it is focused on this audience. We already know that the Apple TV 4K was released almost two months ago, but little is known about it beyond its price and features because it has been, like the rest of Apple’s products, eclipsed by the iPhone X.
Source : 9to5Mac