On newer iPhone Versions Apple is serving HDR or High-Dynamic Range Films and TV shows. This allows users to enjoy video in far better quality. Nevertheless, viewing HDR content in an iPhone is not always such a fantastic idea, first the bigger display isn’t going to give you a great watching experience and you’ll barely have the ability to discern the difference between HDR and non-HDR video. Most of the content is in 4K resolution, whereas iPhone just has a 1080p screen.
Second, HDR video takes up considerably more space than a non-HDR video. This is obviously something an iPhone user that has a limited storage accessible ought to be worried about. Therefore, if you do it is a good idea to turn HDR video off on your iPhone. Below you can find the simple steps about how best to turn off HDR video on your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
If You’re concerned about your HDR film buy will go to waste, Then don’t. This setting only applies to downloads in your iOS device. You can even download same movies in HDR by turning the button back on.
- Launch the Settings app and scroll down. Harness ‘TV’ option.
- On another page look for ‘Download HDR Videos’ and then turn off the switch next to it.