Sunday, September 13, 2015

Turn Off Live Photos and 4K on iPhone 6s

For the 99% of us who don't have a 4K TV/Display or iMac with 5K display, you probably don't want the 4x extra storage space 4K videos take up. And when you aren't taking pictures of your cat, you probably don't want the 2x extra storage space of Live Photos. If you store your library in iCloud, it'll fill up fast with these features, which is probably why upgraded storage plans cost less. Either way, here's how to turn them off. For 4K video, just open Settings > Photos and Camera > Record Video > and choose an option for video quality. For Live Photos, open the Camera app, choose the photo mode, and tap the "circles within circles" icon in the middle of the toolbar so that it isn't yellow. Tap it again to turn it back on. That's it. I hope this helps!

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