Take Panorama Photos on iPhone 5, 4S, 4 on iOS 6

Posted: September 23, 2012 in Gadgets, Geek Stuff, Op. Systems


How to Take Panorama Photos on iPhone 5, 4S, 4 on iOS 6? Panorama Photos is one of the cool features from iOS 6, Apple unveiled this feature at iPhone 5 Launch on 12th September and said that it will be included in final release of iOS 6. We didn’t see any signs of Panorama photos in early betas and GM version of iOS 6.

Unluckily, this feature is only available for iPhone 4S and 5 which is pretty bad thing. Many apps from app store help you to take the Panorama photos but none of them does this in such a fine way. So, if you have an iPhone 4S or 5, you can take 240 degree Panorama photos right from the native iOS camera app.

How to take Panorama Photos? It is very simple to take panorama photos from iOS 6.

  • Open the Camera app on iPhone 4S/5.
  • Tap on the “Options” button on the top of screen.
  • Now, Tap on “Panorama” button”.
  • Move you Phone in slow motion from “left” to “Right”.

Make sure that arrow is in the center of line and you are moving slowly. The slower you move, better will be the end result. If you will move fast, you might end up with a blurry image. So, take your time and do it slowly. Well, there is another thing, if you don’t want to take a full panorama photo, you can stop anytime by pressing the camera button and progress made will be saved in “Camera roll”.

That’s it! It’s very cool and easy to use. What do you think about this feature? Is it better than the third party apps? Let us know in the comments section below.

(Image Via WinandMac)


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