One of the problems encountered by users of the new iPhone X was the size of its screen and the poor adaptation of the applications to this new screen type which is 19.5:9. In this article I will focus on YouTube. If you have an iPhone X and you went to watch a video you would find some black lines on the sides and it wouldn’t fully adapt to “full screen” mode.
You could always zoom in on the video to adapt it to the iPhone X frames but what happened was that you lost information at the end because the edges were cut off and even certain heads were cut off as for example in the Apple5x1 videos.
This issue has been resolved with an update that is being released on YouTube that adds to the few applications that already support iPhone X, specifically its frames. Now, when we want to play any video in full screen it will adapt completely, although we will still lose some information at the end.
This is due to the so-called “frown” of the iPhone X. When you put it in full screen at the end on the side you will see this frown and any information that may be there will be lost as you can see in the image above.
Gradually all applications are added to the update cart to provide an optimal user experience. It is worth remembering that with the jump from iPhone 5 to 6, with the difference in screen size, many applications took too long to adapt. We hope this doesn’t happen this time and that developers don’t take so long to update their applications, otherwise it’s a bit visually annoying to be with iPhone X.
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