Do you watch a lot of YouTube videos on your iPhone and iPad? If you’re someone who likes to fiddle around with the video quality settings rather than sticking to the one that’s automatically set by YouTube, you may have noticed that things have changed in the YouTube app on iPhone and iPad.
The YouTube app has received some updates to its user interface and the service now offers a wider variety of video resolution options. Until now, when you accessed your video quality settings, you were able to quickly select from a bunch of available resolutions. That’s not the case anymore, since YouTube has added some basic video quality settings to the mix and moved the resolutions to a separate section altogether.