Google has released an update for the iOS version of the YouTube app which brings a useful feature for Chromecast users.
Users who cast YouTube videos from their iOS device to their Chromecast, smart TVs, game consoles, etc. will now be able to control playback from the lockscreen as well as the Control Center.
Previously, the only way to control playback on YouTube while casting on iOS was through the app itself. This update should let you do it while being in other apps or even when the phone is locked.
Furthermore, you will also be able to control playback from an Apple Watch if it is paired to your phone.
Your logic: Buy a Fiat 500 instead of a Prius, because you can always fix the Fiat, but the Toyota you have to take it to a dealer. And if the Fiat is not working properly is because you have done something wrong with it. :)
well, you probably did something wrong with it? Who cares anyways? if you don't try to solve problems just throw away Android phone, prepare a lot of money and buy that garbagish iPhone with old tech in it. Mistakes happen. But android is not iOS, yo...
Why the f* should I try anything and waste my time on something that should just Work? iOS/WM users must really be happy human beings...