5 amazing iPhone camera features you may have overlooked

Introduced with the iPhone 13 series, Photographic Styles was one of the coolest iPhone camera tricks Apple ever added. You can switch between four styles, which the company says are not filters. If you like your photos more vibrant, cooler, or warmer, you can set that style, so whenever you take a photo, the preset is already there.

To activate Action Mode on your iPhone, swipe to the Video mode in the Camera app and tap the person running in the upper right corner of the screen.

You probably don’t remember this one, but Apple tried to make Slofies a thing on the iPhone 11. After the incredible success of Memoji on the iPhone X, Apple thought it could set another trend. Slofies consist of recording a selfie in slow motion.

With Night Mode having been available for so long, some people have forgotten about one of the basic features of any camera: The flash. Apple’s, especially, is really good. So, instead of relying on Night Mode for action shots and group photos, turn on the flash. The photos will look nicer, and it will save you time. Don’t forget to swipe up, tap the flash option, and change to “On” instead of “Auto.”

Don’t forget to swipe up. It’s an underrated gesture. With new iPhone models getting more tricks, Apple is always adding more interactions. You might be reminded of several little tweaks you can add to your photo or video by swiping up. You can toggle the flash, Night Mode, Live Photo, Photographic Styles, the image’s format, and so much more. To fully enjoy your iPhone and take the best shots, don’t forget to explore the camera and its built-in options.