Burst mode lets you click multiple images in succession. This helps to capture quick events or motion shots. Later you can create GIFs, collages, or sort by clicks and choose to keep only the best. Previously, you had to hold down the iPhone’s camera shutter button to take photos in burst mode. However, on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, the original method has changed a little. Now, while you hold down the shutter button, QuickTake will be activated – which will allow you to record videos from the Photos tab. As a result, some users have been wondering how to take burst photos on the iPhone 11 series. Alright, let me show you two ways to do this!
How to Take Burst Photos on the iPhone 11 or 11 Pro
- Open the Camera app on your iPhone.
- Make sure you are on the ‘PHOTO’ tab. Press the camera’s shutter button and immediately drag it to the left. If you are shooting in landscape mode, drag the shutter button down.
The number in the center of the shutter button shows how many images have been clicked.
To stop clicking, release the shutter button.
How to Use Burst Mode With Your iPhone 11 Volume Buttons
With iOS 14, the new option lets you use the volume up button for burst photos on the iPhone 11 series. Let’s see how.
- Open the Settings app, scroll down and tap Camera.
- Turn on the switch for Use Volume Up for Streak.
- Launch the Camera app and press & hold the volume up button to take burst photos.
To stop clicking, release the holder from the volume button.
On the iPhone 11 series, it should be a volume up button. If you press and hold the volume down button, QuickTake will be activated.
Additional Info: You can press the volume up or down button on the connected EarPods (and some other compatible wired earphones) to click a photo. But if you press and hold the button, it doesn’t take burst photos.