YouTube took close to 8 months to roll out support for HDR content for Apple's 2017 iPhone lineup.
The Samsung QLED monitor uses "eye saver mode" and "flicker free technology" which enhances eye comfort, obstructs blue light, thereby reducing eye fatigue.
The 2017 Apple iPad Pro packs in a HDR-ready display capable of playing both HDR10 and Dolby Vision formats up to 120 frames per second.
The next-generation Apple TV might come with support for 4K video as well as High Dynamic Range (HDR) in both 10-bit and Dolby Vision formats.
Adobe Lightroom Mobile users can head to Apple iOS App Store or Google Play Store to update their app to the latest version for the HDR capture mode.
Sony has followed up on its promise of bringing HDR to every PlayStation 4 (PS4) console ever made with update 4.00.