Apple has released its three new iPhone models this year, all of which support the latest iOS 12. It's iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max or iPhone XR, all of them turn out to be a great hit and people love really the new releases so far. It has become even better with the latest HDR capabilities that all these new iPhones are equipped with. In general, it has been among the most valued features of the keen photographers, and people will certainly continue to love it too. If you are looking for more control over the procedures and want to turn off Smart HDR on your new iOS device, we have all the information you need to look at.
Before we get into the details, let's find out more about this particular feature. It has been introduced to let the new iOS be able to utilize the HDR computation procedure when you want to capture the best pictures by successively snapping the images one by one automatically. And of course, the feature is enabled in the default setting of the new iPhones.
The result is that the images you capture have better accuracy and detail as they are created using multiple versions taken. Not everyone would like such details, but all the time. And if you're one of them, here's a look at the steps you need to take to manually use HDR.
How to disable Smart HDR?
Here's a step by step look at disabling smart HDR feature in new iPhones.
- Go to Settings on your iPhone XS / iPhone XR / iPhone XS Max and select camera options.
- When in the Camera app, you'll find the Smart HDR option there. Make sure this switch is turned off.
- That's quite simple. Now, since you've turned off the Smart HDR feature, you can still use HDR by manually invoking the feature when shooting your photos while using the built-in camera application.
As you want to manually use the HDR feature on Time to snap photos through layer Camera application on iPhone, you will be able to access three different options through the yellow colored HDR button displayed on the Camera application interface. These are as follows:
- On: This activates HDR and it becomes active while taking pictures
- By: This turns off the function completely and the image as the results are taken without HDR enhancements.
- Auto: It's up to whether to use HDR or not. However, it will not enable the Smart HDR option if you have turned it off.
For most iPhone users, Smart HDR will always be quite useful, and they will make sure it stays enabled. It's common for anyone to use the camera application quickly to capture some of the improvised images that they do not want to control the settings for or they do not have time to get in on how the photos are taken. For the more experienced iPhone users, but who have a better understanding of technology, full control over their Camera settings is more important than anything else. They want to know how their photos are taken and would like to use the HDR function manually more often than not. They want to be in total control and want the images to be captured with the desired settings.
So use Smart HDR on your new iPhone, no matter how you want. You can always enable / disable this amazing feature and get the quality of your photos to your liking. Congratulations to talk!
How to enable Smart HDR on your iPhone XS / iPhone XS Max / iPhone XR? was last modified: 28th November 201