Do you want to master how to quickly switch from shooting pictures to capturing a clip? In this article, we have explained how to use the QuickTake video shortcut with the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro cameras.
The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro come with a fresh Camera application that is home to fresh features like Night Mode, a UI to use fresh ultra-wide lens and so on.
Also included is a new feature named QuickTake, which helps to simplify the process of shooting videos without needing to switch camera modes manually. The gesture for QuickTake has actually replaced burst mode and we can break things down below:
How Can I Use QuickTake Video Shortcut With iPhone 11 And 11 Pro Cameras?
- Launch the Camera application.
- Press and hold the shutter button. (Make sure you do not change from Photo mode.)
- Release to stop recording a clip.
- Scroll to the lock icon to continue recording a video without needing to keep holding the button (right in portrait, down in landscape orientation.)
- Click the red square to end and save your clip.
See what the process looks like:
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Another option if you wish to continue recording a video without needing to hold the shutter button down is to scroll toward the lock icon. If that is done, you will also get the shutter button to capture images while you are recording.
If you used the video lock option, click the red square to stop recording and save your clip.
More Information About Your iPhone 11:
The iPhone 11 is a smartphone designed, developed and marketed by Apple Inc. It is the thirteenth generation lower-priced iPhone, succeeding the iPhone XR. It was unveiled on September 10, 2019, alongside the higher-end iPhone 11 Pro flagship at the Steve Jobs Theater in the Apple Park, Cupertino by Apple CEO Tim Cook, with pre-orders beginning on September 13, 2019, with an official release on September 20, 2019, one day after the scheduled release of iOS 13.
The prominent changes compared with the iPhone XR are the Apple A13 Bionic chip, and an ultra wide dual camera system. While the iPhone 11 Pro comes with an 18W Lightning to USB-C fast charger, the iPhone 11 comes with the same 5W charger found on previous iPhones, even though both models can utilize this faster charger.
The iPhone 11 is available in six colors: purple, yellow, green, black, white, and red. There is a notch at the front for the TrueDepth camera system and speaker, similar to its predecessor, the iPhone XR. There is a bump in the back for the cameras and the flash that is the same size as the iPhone 11 Pro, although the iPhone 11 only has two cameras compared to the Pro’s three. Also, the iPhone 11 has a matte rear camera housing and smooth back, while the iPhone 11 Pro has a smooth rear camera housing and matte back. The Apple logo is now centered on the back of the device with no text.
iPhone 11 is shipped with iOS 13, which includes Siri, Face ID (through the TrueDepth camera), Apple Pay, and supports Apple Card.