In the picture he is doing a steady-state analysis and so replacing the capacitor with an open circuit.To answer your question regardless of the picture, yes, the voltage across the resistor parallel to the cap is equal.
In your picture I don't see any capacitors.
As for what is different in the same parallel circuit - the current is different. The voltage remains equal.
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