The arrival of night mode with the iPhone 11 has opened up many possibilities for taking spectacular photos. However, this is a function that is not always useful, even when you want to capture moments in low light. But based on beta testing, iOS 15 will allow you to turn off the iPhone’s camera night mode feature and keep it off.
Until now, Apple has allowed night mode to be turned off for low-light shots, but the process isn’t fast. If the iPhone detects that night mode should be used, the camera automatically activates it
While night mode is a useful way to capture great photos in low light conditions, sometimes, when iPhone activates this mode, you may end up with a worse photo than with night mode off. This option is therefore ideal for those who prefer to have full control over their iPhone’s camera.
How to Effectively Disable Night Mode in iOS 15
- Go to settings.
- Choose the camera.
- Choose conservator settings.
- Activate the night mode setting.
By following these steps, your iPhone’s camera will be able to turn off night mode if you turn it off for a shot. You can also turn night mode back on if you need to, but now the user will be the one making the decision to activate it instead of the iPhone itself.
This isn’t the only camera improvement in iOS 15. Apple is also making subtle photo enhancements by addressing green highlights that can appear in outdoor photos.. Both of these improvements are available in the latest public beta versions of iOS 15 and should appear to iPhone users once iOS 15 ships.