“Portrait Mode is the
most exclusive feature of iPhone 7 Plus. With a
dual camera lens feature its helps to capture stunning and beautiful photo with
with DSLR like depth of field and blur/bokeh effects. But it has some
disadvantages, as it takes lots of iPhone storage while taking photos from
iPhone 7 Plus Portrait Mode. 
Because by default, it always saves two photos while
taking pictures on Portrait Mode – the Portrait version (DSLR Effect) and the normal
version (without the depth of field). So, want to disable Portrait Mode from
saving two photos automatically on your iPhone 7 Plus?
Want to disable Portrait Mode from saving two photos automatically on your iPhone 7 Plus? Here’s a little trick by which you can easily turn off and stop the Portrait Mode from taking two photos.
Saving two photos on iPhone 7
Plus Portrait Mode is unnecessary and a time consuming, select and delete those
unwanted photos from photo library to free up some space on your iPhone.
To prevent this issue, here’s
a little trick by which you can easily turn off and stop the Portrait Mode from taking
two photos. Doing this lets you to save only the image with the bokeh effect
took from iPhone 7 Plus Portrait Mode.
How to Stop Taking Two Photos
on iPhone 7 Plus Portrait Mode
Step #1. Go to Settings
app
 on your iPhone 7 Plus. 
Step#2. Scroll down and tap
on Photos & Camera.
Want to disable Portrait Mode from saving two photos automatically on your iPhone 7 Plus? Here’s a little trick by which you can easily turn off and stop the Portrait Mode from taking two photos.

Step #3. Under Portrait
Mode section
, toggle off the switch Keep Normal Photo.
That’s it! When taking photos
from iPhone 7 Plus Portrait Mode, it won’t save two photos on your iPhone
Camera Roll. It will save only the bokeh effect like DSLR photo. If in case you
have a enough space or wanted to save both enhanced and normal photo then
follow the above mentioned steps and turn the toggle ON to Keep Normal Photo.
If you are on lower iOS
devices and want a Portrait Mode on your iPhone then…