The iPhone’s camera automatically turns on the Night Mode when it detects low light, making flash unusable. If it’s annoying you, here’s how you can disable auto Night Mode in the camera on iPhone.
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How to Disable Night Mode in Camera on iPhone
Apple makes Night Mode available on iPhone 11 and higher. Also, the iPhone needs to turn running iOS 14 or later.
First, launch the “Camera” app on your iPhone.
Tap on the “Night Mode” icon on the top-left corner.
The slider for controlling the “Night Mode” will show up above the capture button. You can turn the slider to the left to turn off the “Night Mode.”
You can save this action as permanent so that the Night Mode doesn’t turn on every time you open the camera. For that, open the “Settings” app on your iPhone.
Scroll down and select “Camera.”
Select “Preserve Settings”
Toggle on the switch for “Night Mode.”
You can close the “Settings” app. Now you can take great photos at night or in low light without worrying about the Night Mode switching on automatically.
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