Most of use Volume buttons to capture photos. If I tell you that you can activate Burst Mode and QuickTake videos on iPhone with Volume Buttons. This feature is only available on some supported devices which are running on the latest version of iOS.
On supported iPhone models like iPhone 12 series, iPhone 11 series, and iPhone X series. The photo burst is taken by pressing the photo capture button and quickly dragging it to the left. Furthermore, the QuickTake videos are recorded by pressing long-pressing the shutter button and dragging it to the right.
By default, if you use the volume button while using the camera app. The Volume Up and Down buttons have the same function. If you single press the volume button, the camera will capture a photo. If you long-press the volume button, then the camera will start recording a Quick video.
Moreover, you can change the functionality of the volume buttons in the camera app. To access “Burst Mode and QuickTake Video” much quicker. If you want to activate Burst Mode and QuickTake Video. Or you want to try this function, then follow the guide given below. Before you begin, make sure that your device is running on iOS 14 or later.
How To Use Burst Mode And QuickTake Video On iPhone With Volume Buttons
Here are all of the steps that you have to perform to activate this feature on your iPhone.
- Open the Setting app on your iPhone.
- Scroll down and select the “Camera” option.
- Here look for an option labeled as “Use Volume Up For Burst”
- Toggle the switch to activate this feature.
Now, you can use the Volume Up button to capture photo bursts. And use the Volume Down button to QuickTake videos. Keep in mind that you have to press and hold the Volume Up or Down button. When you release the Volume button, the photo burst will stop, and the QuickTake video will also stop recording.
If you need more assistance, then you can comment down below regarding your issue. And we will get back to you ASAP.
Thanks for being a part of iOSFY viewers.