When Apple released iOS 13 alongside the iPhone 11 last fall, it debuted a new QuickTake feature that allowed users to quickly capture video simply by holding down the shutter button in photo mode. For whatever reason, however, Apple chose to make this exclusive to the iPhone 11 lineup.
With iOS 14, however, it looks like this will be coming to iPhone XS and iPhone XR users, although it’s not yet clear whether they’ll gain some of the other camera UI improvements as well.
One new bonus is that Apple will be separating the volume up and volume down buttons. Right now, pressing either works just like the on-screen shutter button — a short press takes a single photo, while a long press initiates QuickTake — but in iOS 14, you’ll be able to use the volume down button for QuickTake and hold down the volume up button to take burst shots.