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Thursday, 16 June 2016

Now iOS 10 supports video playback online in Safari on iPhone

If you are a user of an iPad, you know that one of the advantages of playing video on the tablet is that the content can be played online in Safari. By this he means that users can watch videos on Safari without being forced to view full-screen video.

Now, this functionality is available to a limited extent on the iPhone. For example, the news app has been able to play videos online from iOS 9.3.

Of course, such reproducibility was promoted to the messages application during the press event at WWDC 2016 Apple, but with the introduction of IOS Beta 10 since playing online also has been added to Safari the Iphone.

To enable online video playback in Safari on the iPhone, you must follow these steps:
First you play a video in Safari.

After the video is set to full screen and starts playing, press the button resize in the lower right corner of the playback window, or use a pinch gesture closure.

The video will be located on the website again, leaving aside the full-screen playback. Reproduction of it will continue as usual, even if you move beyond video or open a new tab

In the future, it will be possible for web developers appoint a special tag to force playing online from the beginning. In the Apple Safari some new features , including states that when the webkit playsinline property is specified in iPhone, the Safari web browser lets you play online video from the beginning are described. Only videos without the property webkit start playing online videos in full screen.

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