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iPhone 11 has a different method of continuous shooting than the previous iPhones : Machine translation

The volume button does not allow continuous shooting.

Engadget JP (Machine translation), @Engadget_MT
2020年4月1日, 午後06:00 in iphone
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This article is based on the Japanese version of Engadget and was created by machine translation.

The iPhone 11 series has a "QuickTake" feature that lets you long-press the shutter icon to start shooting a video. Previously, you had to switch mode before pressing the icon, but with the QuickTake function, you can instantly start shooting movies without switching mode.

On the other hand, some of the UI changes are confusing. It is a behavior related to continuous shooting of still images.

iPhone 11 Camera UI
▲Shutter icon is in red at the top

In previous versions of the iPhone, you could press and hold the shutter icon or volume button in the photo mode to take consecutive shots. But the iPhone 11 series allows continuous shooting by sliding the shutter icon to the left and switching to video shooting by sliding the shutter icon to the right.

I've been using an iPhone for a long time, but it's the first time I've seen a change in the method of operation for continuous shooting, so I was quite confused. You will need to get used to it gradually as you use it.


This article is based on the Japanese version of Engadget and was created by machine translation. The Japanese edition of Engadget does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this article.


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