Google Accused of Demonetizing iPhone X Videos on YouTube

The iPhone X is the hottest tech topic of the month after Apple started shipping the device to customers on November 3, so it makes sense for YouTube to be flooded with videos showing hands-on, unboxing, or tests with the new model.

But as some popular YouTubers have discovered, their iPhone X videos have suddenly been demonetized, meaning that they’re not generating any revenues (or generating lower revenues), with few to no ads being displayed whatsoever.

Marques Brownlee (also known as MKBHD), Jonathan Morrison (TLD), Safwan Ahmedmia (SuperSaf), and Casey Neistat have also confirmed that ads aren’t displayed on their iPhone X videos because they were flagged as “not suitable for most advertisers.”

It goes without saying that there’s little reason not to display ads in these videos because they don’t seem to violate YouTube guidelines in any way, b… (read more)

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