How to access the iPhone camera faster: two ways
This has probably happened to all of us. A spectacular moment is happening, you want to click on an image of it on your iPhone and by the time you open the camera application, its gone!
The time it takes to open your iPhones camera decides how many impromptu photos you can capture. And trust me, these photos are really impressive, unique and beautiful. There are some ways to ensure that the camera application is accessible “quickly”. Lets go through them.
Quick access iPhone camera tip
Screen lock camera capture to the rescue
This is something you all know, but in case you are new to iPhones (iOS), you should remember this. There is a camera icon in the lower right corner of the lock screen. Its called a “camera catcher”.
- Press the Power On button on your iPhone to turn on the screen (if it is idle idle).
- Hold down the camera capture icon and slide it up .
Camera on the dock
By default, the camera icon is not on the base. It is the first icon on the home screen (first page). While this is fine for most cases, it is not good when you have to slide five pages to the left just to touch the camera application.
How about having it on the dock? That way, just like the phone and message applications, the camera application will always be part of the home screen, no matter what page its on.
- Press and hold the Camera application icon (all icons start moving)
- Drag the application icon from the camera to the dock.
>Note: If you already have four icons in the dock, you must remove one of them. Touch it, hold it down, and drag it out of the dock. Then, drag the Camera application to the dock.
Having the camera application icon in the dock gives you a slight advantage over the default layout (where it is on the home screen).
Here are some ways to access the Camera application faster. But this does not mean that you can still start clicking on images faster because the camera application can take a long time to load. There are a few things you can try to fix an iPhone camera that is too slow to load .