How to use Picture in Picture (PiP) on your iPhone [Vídeo]

We want to continue teaching you all the possibilities that iOS 14 has and especially those new features that will make life easier for us. Discover with us Picture in Picture (PiP) the new functionality that comes to your iPhone and that will allow you to continue watching your favorite videos while writing a WhatsApp. Now iOS 14 will be more productive than ever.

The first thing is to remind you that Picture-in-Picture It is only present on devices that are running iOS 14, that is, you must install this latest version of the operating system on your iPhone. Once this is known, we will tell you about the two methods to use Picture-in-Picture in iOS 14:

  • Quick method: The iPhone will automatically detect when we are playing through a system compatible with the Picture-in-Picture, at the moment these will only be through Safari, that is, any video that you play from the native iOS browser. At that time it is enough that while we are playing a video we make a gesture from the bottom up, like the one we do to go to the Home Screen. This will direct us to the Springboard while continuing to play the video.
  • Classic method: When we are playing a video compatible with the Picture-in-Picture (PiP) system, a button will appear indicating it in the upper left, this icon is between the button to expand the video and the button to close the video. If we press it automatically we will be in Picture-In-Picture.
  • Move from site: Press and hold and place it on any of the four corners of the screen.
  • Resize: We have three possible sizes that we can alter simply by making the gesture of pinching or zooming in or out, so we will see the size of the player change.

And that’s how easy it is how we are going to be able to use the Picture-in-Picture of iOS 14, all fast and simple.

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