In June, YouTube reported it would get picture to iOS. Presently, it appears to be the much-requested element is at long last accessible, however maybe for a restricted time frame just and just for YouTube Premium supporters right now. Here's the manner by which to get it.
In case you're a YouTube Premium supporter, open up an internet browser and head to www.youtube.com/new. Look down to where "Picture-in-picture on iOS" is recorded and click "Give it a shot." You'll be provoked to sign in to your record. Then, at that point, while watching a YouTube video, simply explore away from the application utilizing the home catch or by swiping up and picture-in-picture will begin. Locking your telephone screen while watching PiP will stop the video, yet you can continue it through the lock screen media controls.
We detected the news by means of 9to5Google, which noticed that a few clients have had the option to get the component chipping away at iPads just as iPhones, however it appears access is somewhat eccentric. (Clearly erasing the application may help.)
YouTube says the element is "Accessible until 31 Oct," and we don't know what occurs after this date. Fingers' crossed that will be when YouTube — as guaranteed in June — will carry the component to all clients, not simply subscription ones.