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Video background not working on mobile

  • 13/01/2016 10:02 AM
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As of iOS 6.1, it is no longer possible to auto-play videos on the iOS devices.

After a bit of research we found the following extract in the Apple documentation in regard to auto-play on iOS devices to confirm my assumption:

"Apple has made the decision to disable the automatic playing of video on iOS devices, through both script and attribute implementations.

In Safari, on iOS (for all devices, including iPad), where the user may be on a cellular network and be charged per data unit, preload and auto-play are disabled. No data is loaded until the user initiates it." - Apple documentation.

We also disabled that feature from the code and our recommendation is to use fallback images.

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