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How to Preserve and Save Last Camera Mode as default in iOS 10.2 on iPhone and iPad


By default, when using iPhone/iPad Camera it opens up to photo mode by which you can take pictures very quickly and is so easy too. But what if you want Video, TimeLapse, Slow-Motion, Square, Potrait, or Panoroma mode as default last mode when you use iPhone Camera rather than selecting each mode when using it.

A new feature Called Preserve Camera Settings is now available in iOS 10.2 which lets you Preserve and save the last mode as default iPhone camera mode to any option you like

A new feature Called Preserve Camera Settings is now available in iOS 10.2 which lets you Preserve and save the last mode as default iPhone camera mode to any option you like while opening the Camera as Photo, Video, TimeLapse, Slow-Motion, Square or Panoroma.

For this, you will need to install iOS10.2 or later on the iPhone or iPad to have the preserve camera settings feature, so that you can set or adjust default camera mode.

Here’s how to Set Default Camera Mode from Preserve Camera Setting or save last camera mode on iPhone/iPad in iOS 10.2 or later

To Preserve Camera Setting in iOS 10.2
  • Open the “Settings” app and go to “Photos & Camera”
  • Tap on “Preserve Settings”
  • Toggle ON the switch of “Camera Mode”
Open the Camera on iPhone or iPad and choose any camera mode you want to use like Video, Square, Slow-motion, Time-Lapse, Panorama, Portrait, or Photos.

So when you open the Camera app, the last used Camera Mode will become the default camera mode or preserve the last camera mode. It also preserve camera mode even if you use Transfer filter.

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How to Preserve and Save Last Camera Mode as default in iOS 10.2 on iPhone and iPad How to Preserve and Save Last Camera Mode as default in iOS 10.2 on iPhone and iPad Reviewed by iMangoss on 6:03:00 AM Rating: 5

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