This Techschumz shows you the three methods to turn off camera sound on iPhone 14 in iOS 16.
Despite the better camera quality on the iPhone, iPhone users dislike the shutter sound. For instance, there are times when you want to take a picture without attracting attention to yourself, but the camera’s shutter sound will cause people to notice that you are doing so. As a result, you would want to simply turn off this sound in order to take the picture. However, there isn’t a built-in feature in the iPhone settings to turn off the camera shutter sound. But don’t worry; there are plenty of other ways to do so, and this article will cover the three ways to disable the camera sound on your iPhone 14 Pro or Max.
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Three ways to disable the camera sound on the iPhone 14 (iOS 16)
Method 1: Enable the live photo
While capturing live photos, the camera shutter sound will be disabled, so to enable the live photo, follow the instructions below.
Step 1. Open the “Camera” app.
Step 2. Then tap on the “Live” icon at the camera menu bar.
Method 2: Turn on Silent Mode
By turning on the silent mode on your iPhone, you can turn off the camera sound.
Step 1. Enable the silent mode via the “Silent” button on the left side of the iPhone.
Method 3: Turn down the iPhone volume.
By lowering the iPhone volume, the camera would not make the shutter sound, and you can lower the volume from the control center and volume buttons.
Step 1. Drag down the screen from the upper right corner of the screen to open the “Control Center” menu.
Step 2. Then “turn the volume down” from the Control Center.
Note: You can use the volume buttons on the left side of your iPhone to lower the volume.
So you have successfully turned off the camera sound on your iOS 16 phones.
This article has covered three ways to disable the camera sound on the iPhone 14 so you won’t experience shutter sound issues when taking pictures. And lastly, if you have any queries or recommendations, kindly post them in the comments section below.