The headline function of theand is the camera. There are now two cameras, including a new ultra-wide-angle camera on the iPhone 11, and the ability to & # 39; make beautiful photos at night on all Apple iPhones before 2019. But there is another change that will certainly confuse some users – Apple has changed the way you take burst photos with the iPhone 11 devices.
Taking a burst photo is useful when you try to take a group photo, or perhaps a photo of your child who simply does not sit still or capture a loved one during a race. In the past, you held down the shutter button and your iPhone would quickly take as many photos as you could until you lifted your finger.
The first time you try to take a burst photo on the iPhone 11, you are in for a surprise. Keeping the shutter button pressed now does something completely different (waiting) and it is not so obvious to figure out how to take a burst photo.
To take a burst photo, you have to be fast. Instead of holding down the shutter button for a long time, you should now drag the shutter button to the left when you hold your phone vertically, or down when you hold your phone horizontally as soon as you touch it. Thus:
Release the burst button when you are finished taking the burst photo.
If you do not drag the shutter button but simply leave your finger on it, the button turns red and your phone starts recording video. Thus:
Slide the red record button to the slot that appears when recording video if your thumb becomes tired and you no longer want to keep it pressed.
It took me a few days to get used to the change, thanks to muscle memory, but I have to admit that I like the ability to record video quickly without switching between camera modes.
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