You would think it depends on your internet connection, but it apparently depends on the device you’re using per what KyL said in another thread. He said for phones (I’m assuming Android), that it’s 720p/30, yet it seems like for other devices like my laptop and iPhone, it’s looks like 720p/60 or 1080/60 to me (depending on the original format of the channel).
I DID find a way to see the original resolution, if you’re on Chrome you have to click “Network” in the Inspect Element menu, click on one of the “m3u8” files and it’ll have a link to the file, can’t get an exact link to use as an example but it’ll say either “dfw-720” or “dfw-1080” in the link
The new online guide doesn't use any of your account data, it just guesses your location based on your IP address with no way to enter a zip code to get the correct local listings if it guesses wrong because of their highly outdated geoIP database or you having an ISP that doesn't assign IP addresses by region.
It's also missing PPV/Adult and Music Choice channels. Many other channels including Cozi, Grit, getTV, Tastemade, Discovery Life, EarthX, LOGO, OWN West, Disney West, BabyFirst, CN West, Boomerang, Nick West, Nicktoons, TeenNick, BET Her, MTV Classic, UP, i24, Cheddar, CNBC World, CNN International, HBO Family West, TMC West, FLIX, Pursuit, Sportsman, Stadium Collge Sports, and most of the Starz Encore, Spanish, International, P/I and shopping channels are also missing from the online guide, it's as if the forced Hide SD duplicates flag is also hiding all SD only channels.