YouTube TV is finally getting support for picture-in-picture (PiP) on iPhone and iPad.

Talking to The Verge, YouTube chief product officer Neal Mohan said while he couldn’t share an exact date, picture-in-picture support on iOS should arrive “hopefully in the next few months” for YouTube TV users.

The feature has been available to Android users for quite a while, but support for YouTube TV users on iOS is long overdue.

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Meanwhile, YouTube TV is also working on expanding some other features that include surround sound, which was launched last year on a very limited subset of devices.

“The rollout of that feature has certainly been a lot slower than I would’ve liked. My hope though is, hopefully over the next six months, you start to see that in a lot more devices out there as they go through their various stages of software upgrade cycles,” the report quoted Mohan as saying.

Recently, YouTube TV reached a deal with Disney to restore ESPN, FX, and its other channels to the streaming service.

A while ago, Disney banned ESPN, ABC, and some other Disney-affiliated channels from being available on YouTube TV.

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