Faster Shooting vs. Quality
One of the best things about the iPhone’s camera is how easy and fast you can take pictures. You can tap the shutter button and it’ll instantly take a picture, or even use the Burst feature to take an infinite amount of shots immediately.
However, it’s not all great news. In order to take many pictures quickly, you’re iPhone might need to compromise the quality of each picture. That’s so it won’t stutter when keeping up with all the pictures you’re taking.
Fortunately, you can change this so your iPhone prioritizes the quality instead of faster shooting. Here’s how you can do it:
- Open the Settings app.
- Scroll down and select Camera.
- Scroll down and enable or disable Prioritize Faster Shooting.
If you disable Prioritize Faster Shooting, your iPhone will take higher quality pictures but it won’t take pictures as quickly as before. You’ll need to test it around and decide whether you prefer quality over quantity.