Life moves pretty fast. If you do not click the Record button in time, you may miss it. Because of this, any feature that lets you record videos faster is so useful that you can avoid recording when it matters. Now Apple has introduced a way to capture video in photo mode on any iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.
This new feature is of course Apple. QuickTake lets you capture video while still in Photo mode. This way, you can start recording right away, whether you've found something interesting to shoot while capturing images, or you've powered up to the default settings.
Recording with QuickTake is actually pretty easy. In the photo mode, press and hold the shutter button. You'll see the trigger turn into the video capture button, and your iPhone will start recording video until you release the button. Once you do this, the video is saved to your camera and the shutter button returns.
You do not have to hold your finger all the time to record a video. While holding down the record button, simply slide your finger over the lock icon to the right and then release. Now your iPhone will pick up until you tap the record button again, just like in video mode. Locking your video also displays the shutter icon that appears in Video mode so you can take still pictures while shooting.
If you have a experienced iOS photographer, you may wonder what the hell happened with Burst Mode? On earlier iPhones, you can take photos until you release by holding down the shutter button. Has the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max just disabled this feature? Not even close.
Do you have an iPhone? Take a look at all over 200 new features in iOS 13 .
And Follow Gadget Hacks on Pinterest, Reddit, Twitter YouTube and Flipboard for the latest iOS 13 and iPhone 11 updates.