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How to Prevent the iPhone Camera From Automatically Switching to Macro Mode

Disable macro switching when approaching a subject

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  • To prevent iPhone from automatically entering macro mode, go to: Settings > Camera > move Auto Macro turn the slider to off/white.
  • To manually take a macro photo, bring the iPhone closer to the subject > In the Camera app, tap . .5x, movement wheel .9xand take the picture.
  • In iOS 15.2 and later, the Camera app includes a macro mode toggle right in the app.

This article explains what macro mode is on iPhone, how it affects the iPhone Camera app, and how to control this feature to use it only when you want it.

The instructions in this article only apply to the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, as these are the only iPhone models with macro mode. The instructions also only apply to iOS 15.1 and above.

How can I stop my iPhone camera from rotating?

If you’ve ever tried to take a photo of a relatively close object with your iPhone 13 Pro series phone, you might have noticed a subtle transition or flip of the image you see on the screen before you take the picture. This flip is the iPhone that automatically switches from standard photo mode to macro mode.

Macro mode is a feature that takes better photos of objects very close to the iPhone camera. iPhone detects proximity to the subject and automatically switches to macro mode to get the best possible shot. However, you may prefer to have control over macro mode.

How do I turn off macro mode on my iPhone?

Want to prevent your iPhone from automatically switching to macro mode when there is an object near your iPhone? It’s as simple as changing a setting. Just follow these steps:

Faucet Settings.

Faucet Camera.

To move Auto Macro turn the slider to off/white. When this is done, auto macro mode is disabled.

You can still take macro photos manually. See the last section of this article for instructions.

Is there a macro setting on the iPhone camera?

You won’t find a macro setting or a button labeled “macro” in the pre-installed iPhone Camera app. The only way to check if macro mode is applied automatically is to use the steps in the last section.

But if there is no macro button, does that mean that disabling the Auto Macro setting prevents you from taking macro photos on iPhone? Nope! There is a manual way to do this.

iOS 15.2 and later have a real “macro” button right in the Camera app interface so you can quickly control the functionality.

How do I enable macro mode on my iPhone?

If you’ve disabled the Auto Macro feature in the iPhone Camera app but still want to get the high-quality close-up detail of macro mode, follow these steps:

Open the Camera app, grab the thing you want to photograph in your viewfinder, and bring the iPhone closer to the subject.

Touch and hold .5x Push the button and dial .9x magnification.

If the photo isn’t completely clear, slowly move your iPhone back (or tap the screen to autofocus) until the image is clear.

iPhone Camera app with 5x highlight, 9x highlight and image focus

Press the white shutter button to take the photo.

FAQs

  • How to Enable Night Mode on iPhone Camera?

    You don’t have to do anything to use night mode on an iPhone camera. Night mode on iPhone works automatically when the camera detects a low light environment. Check the night mode icon in the upper left corner of the screen to see if the feature is working.

  • How to Disable Night Mode on iPhone Camera?

    To Disable Night Mode on iPhone for a Single Photo night mode icon in the upper left corner of the screen. Night mode will be disabled for this image. To completely disable the feature (iOS 15 and later), go to: Settings > Camera > Protect Settings and hungry night mode. Now, if you disable night mode on a single frame, night mode will remain disabled.

  • What is Live Mode on an iPhone Camera?

    When you take a Live Photo on iPhone, iPhone records the 1.5 seconds before and after the shot, so you get a little bit of the action. Live photos are taken the same way as traditional photos. You can then add effects and share the photo live with your friends.


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How to Prevent the iPhone Camera From Automatically Switching to Macro Mode

Disable macro switching when you get close to a subject

What to Know
To stop the iPhone from automatically switching to the macro mode, go to Settings > Camera > move Auto Macro slider to off/white.
To manually take a macro photo, move the iPhone close to object > in the Camera app, tap .5x, move the wheel to .9x, and take the picture.
In iOS 15.2 and up, the Camera app includes a macro mode toggle directly in the app.

This article explains what macro mode is on the iPhone, how it impacts the iPhone Camera app, and how to control that feature to use it only when you want.

The instructions in this article apply only to the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max since they’re the only iPhone models with a macro mode. The instructions also apply only to iOS 15.1 and higher.
How Do I Stop My iPhone Camera From Flipping?

If you’ve tried to take a photo of a relatively nearby object with your iPhone 13 Pro series phone, you may have noticed a subtle switch or flip of the image you see onscreen before taking the photo. That flip is the iPhone automatically switching from standard to macro photo mode.

Macro mode is a feature that takes better photos of objects very close to the iPhone camera. The iPhone detects how close the thing is and automatically switches to macro mode to take the best possible shot. However, you may prefer to have control over the macro mode.

How Do I Turn off Macro Mode on My iPhone?

Want to stop your iPhone from automatically switching to macro mode when an object is near your iPhone? It’s as easy as changing a setting. Just follow these steps:

Tap Settings.

Tap Camera.

Move Auto Macro slider to off/white. With this done, automatic macro mode is disable.

You can still take macro photos manually. Check out the last section of this article for instructions.

Is There a Macro Setting on iPhone Camera?

You won’t find a macro setting or button labeled “macro” in the pre-installed iPhone Camera app. The only way to control whether the macro mode is automatically applied is to use the steps in the last section.

But if there’s no macro button, does that mean that turning off the Auto Macro setting stops you from taking macro photos on the iPhone? Nope! There’s a manual way to do it.

In iOS 15.2 and higher, an actual “macro” button is available right in the Camera app interface to give you quick control over the feature.
How Do I Enable Macro Mode on My iPhone?

If you’ve disabled the Auto Macro feature of the iPhone Camera app but still want to get the high-quality, up-close detail offered by macro mode, follow these steps:

Open the Camera app, get the thing you want to take a photo of in your viewfinder, and move the iPhone very close to the subject.

Tap and hold the .5x button and move the wheel to the .9x magnification.

If the photo isn’t entirely in focus, slowly move your iPhone back until the image is in focus (or tap the screen for autofocus).

Press the white shutter button to take the photo.

FAQ

How do I turn on night mode on an iPhone camera?
To use night mode on an iPhone camera, you don’t have to do anything. Night mode on the iPhone works automatically when the camera detects a low-light environment. Check the night mode icon on the top left of the display to see if the feature is working.

How do I turn off night mode on an iPhone camera?
To turn off night mode on an iPhone for an individual photo, tap the night mode icon on the top left of the display. Night mode will be disabled for that picture. To turn off the feature entirely (iOS 15 and later), go to Settings > Camera > Preserve Settings and toggle on Night Mode. Now, if you turn off night mode in an individual picture, night mode will stay off.

What is live mode on an iPhone camera?
When you take an iPhone live photo, the iPhone records the 1.5 seconds before and after you take the picture, so you get a little snippet of the action. Live photos are taken the same way as traditional photos. Afterward, you can add effects and share the live photo with friends.

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How to Prevent the iPhone Camera From Automatically Switching to Macro Mode

Disable macro switching when you get close to a subject

What to Know
To stop the iPhone from automatically switching to the macro mode, go to Settings > Camera > move Auto Macro slider to off/white.
To manually take a macro photo, move the iPhone close to object > in the Camera app, tap .5x, move the wheel to .9x, and take the picture.
In iOS 15.2 and up, the Camera app includes a macro mode toggle directly in the app.

This article explains what macro mode is on the iPhone, how it impacts the iPhone Camera app, and how to control that feature to use it only when you want.

The instructions in this article apply only to the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max since they’re the only iPhone models with a macro mode. The instructions also apply only to iOS 15.1 and higher.
How Do I Stop My iPhone Camera From Flipping?

If you’ve tried to take a photo of a relatively nearby object with your iPhone 13 Pro series phone, you may have noticed a subtle switch or flip of the image you see onscreen before taking the photo. That flip is the iPhone automatically switching from standard to macro photo mode.

Macro mode is a feature that takes better photos of objects very close to the iPhone camera. The iPhone detects how close the thing is and automatically switches to macro mode to take the best possible shot. However, you may prefer to have control over the macro mode.

How Do I Turn off Macro Mode on My iPhone?

Want to stop your iPhone from automatically switching to macro mode when an object is near your iPhone? It’s as easy as changing a setting. Just follow these steps:

Tap Settings.

Tap Camera.

Move Auto Macro slider to off/white. With this done, automatic macro mode is disable.

You can still take macro photos manually. Check out the last section of this article for instructions.

Is There a Macro Setting on iPhone Camera?

You won’t find a macro setting or button labeled “macro” in the pre-installed iPhone Camera app. The only way to control whether the macro mode is automatically applied is to use the steps in the last section.

But if there’s no macro button, does that mean that turning off the Auto Macro setting stops you from taking macro photos on the iPhone? Nope! There’s a manual way to do it.

In iOS 15.2 and higher, an actual “macro” button is available right in the Camera app interface to give you quick control over the feature.
How Do I Enable Macro Mode on My iPhone?

If you’ve disabled the Auto Macro feature of the iPhone Camera app but still want to get the high-quality, up-close detail offered by macro mode, follow these steps:

Open the Camera app, get the thing you want to take a photo of in your viewfinder, and move the iPhone very close to the subject.

Tap and hold the .5x button and move the wheel to the .9x magnification.

If the photo isn’t entirely in focus, slowly move your iPhone back until the image is in focus (or tap the screen for autofocus).

Press the white shutter button to take the photo.

FAQ

How do I turn on night mode on an iPhone camera?
To use night mode on an iPhone camera, you don’t have to do anything. Night mode on the iPhone works automatically when the camera detects a low-light environment. Check the night mode icon on the top left of the display to see if the feature is working.

How do I turn off night mode on an iPhone camera?
To turn off night mode on an iPhone for an individual photo, tap the night mode icon on the top left of the display. Night mode will be disabled for that picture. To turn off the feature entirely (iOS 15 and later), go to Settings > Camera > Preserve Settings and toggle on Night Mode. Now, if you turn off night mode in an individual picture, night mode will stay off.

What is live mode on an iPhone camera?
When you take an iPhone live photo, the iPhone records the 1.5 seconds before and after you take the picture, so you get a little snippet of the action. Live photos are taken the same way as traditional photos. Afterward, you can add effects and share the live photo with friends.

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