Use the Burst Mode in Camera on an iPhone 6s Plus

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Steps

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    From the home screen, tap on the Camera icon
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    To use the burst mode, make sure you are in the "PHOTO" or "SQUARE" sections
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    Swipe right or left to move between sections.
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    Press and hold the volume up key on the side of the phone
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    Alternatively, press and hold the shutter-release button
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    The camera will take a series of photos.
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    To review the taken pictures, tap on the lower-left icon
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    You will go to the Camera Roll album. The number of "Burst" photos will be shown in the upper-left corner. In this video, there are 34 photos.
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    To decide which ones you would like to keep, tap on "Select"
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    Now, you can scroll left and right to select photos
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    You can scroll either the ribbon at the bottom or the photos themselves.
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    Decide which photos you'd like to keep by checking them
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    The checkboxes are in the lower-right corner of the pictures.
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    Then, tap on "Done"
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    Now, you can either tap "Keep Everything" or "Keep Only Favorites". There are 3 selected pictures in this tutorial.
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    Tap on "Keep Only Favorites"
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    These were selected by you. The phone will keep the selected photos and delete the rest.
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