Apple might not be the first to add a night-camera mode to its smartphone suite, but it's still pretty impressive. With the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, you can capture photos with incredible detail in dreadful dark conditions. When you open your new iPhone for testing, you may be wondering how to turn it on.
Unlike other missing features, the answer is not to update your new iPhone to iOS 13.1. Instead, Apple has made something very "Apple" with its attitude to night mode. Instead of letting the feature activate like other Android OEMs, Apple uses the standard camera app to set the tone when it comes to shots in the dark.
When the night mode is displayed
You can see it when using the wide angle mode Your iPhone 1
Tap the night mode icon and touch the top side of the chevron When you swipe up or up in the viewfinder, the advanced settings that use the Shutter button to take over the Shooting mode menu open. You can hide the options by swiping the night mode icon, the down arrow, or the image.
When night mode is available in low light, it is easy to use. If it is super dark, it will immediately be given exposure time based on the intensity of the light, with the time given at the point where the icon is in the corner.
If it's dark, but not super dark, the option won is not activated immediately, but you can turn it on manually and adjust the exposure. Just tap the night mode icon in the corner or in the advanced settings menu. In Night mode, a default exposure time is automatically selected, as reflected in the night mode icon in the corner. Use the slider in the settings menu to increase or decrease the time in seconds.
When you're done, capture the photo as usual. Just make sure that you do not move until the photo is completely exposed, especially if you have set a higher number. The slider becomes a countdown that informs you when you can safely move again.
In most use cases, iOS is just right when it comes to activating night mode. But it can be frustrating not to have the option whenever you want it. We believe third-party camera apps will add a more custom night mode to their series of photo features, unless Apple blocks this feature from developers.
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