Switch Camera Mode to Video Mode on IOS 7
Edited by Jefrey Matias, Joely, Eng, Anonymous and 1 other
If you have any device that runs on iOS and you've recently upgraded to the new iOS which is iOS 7 then you might notice that there are some changes to the native applications installed. The camera app is one of them. This guide will show you how to switch your Camera to Video mode.
- 1Open the Camera Application.Just go to the Application menu to access the CameraAdvertisement
- 4Now you are able to switch to video mode.You can notice that the white circle that is used to capture picture will turn red meaning you are ready for recording your videos.
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Tips Tricks & Warnings
- This only applies to iOS devices that are running on iOS 7
- This is only applicable to native camera applications. Other applications may have a different steps to switch from Camera to Video.
- If you have problems with any of these steps, ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.