This year, Apple released the iPhone 13 Series (iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max) with an upgraded lens that includes a wide-angle lens for capturing macro shots. Reportedly, some users have encountered glitches and issues while capturing macro images. To resolve this, disable the Auto Macro Mode on the iPhone 13 Series; the iPhone’s software is designed so that it automatically switches lenses depending on the situation.

 Apple acknowledged the problem and advised using it at a safe distance from the object. To fix this, Apple has released an iOS 15.1 or newer patch that adds a camera setting known as “Auto Camera”, which you can toggle to enable or disable to fix Auto Macro. Today in this guide, we will be sharing a step-by-step guide to disable the Auto Macro Mode on the iPhone 13 Pro.

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How to Disable Auto Macro Mode on the iPhone 13 Series

It’s a straightforward method. Follow the following instructions to disable the Auto Macro Mode on the iPhone 13 Pro Series. Without further ado, let’s check it out.

 How to Disable Auto Macro on iPhone 13

Check out the following instructions to disable the Auto Macro Feature on your iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

  • Open the Device Settings on your device.
  • Scroll down to Camera Settings and then under Photo Capture.
  • Tap on “Auto Macro” to toggle to disable.
  • That’s it!

 How to Use Macro Shots on the iPhone-Manually

If you are thinking about using a macro camera after disabling the Auto Macro Mode on the iPhone 13 Series, then here is a quick guide.

  • Launch Camera
  • From the slider, move it from 1x to 1. 5 icon
  • Now tap the screen to focus on the object.
  • Next, tap on the white button “Shutter” button to capture the shot.
  • That’s it!

 We believe this article remains helpful and have successfully turned on/off Macro mode on the iPhone. Thanks for being with us. We would like to know your valuable opinions and feedback. If there is any query, please share it with us in the comment section down below.