The jailbreak world enables iOS gadget owners to operate their favorite devices in all way of strange and amazing means, but with the iOS 7 which is released recently, we aren’t quite there still. Therefore, we are basically limited to what the Apple delivers and permits, and any nice minor tip or trick needs to be boxed up, discussed and savored. One viewer of iPho9 has found a useful way to quietly capture photos or videos on iOS 7, and no matter if you’re basically in market for the secret camera. So here we have found a new trick that how to capture picture/video on iOS 7 secretly.
The easy trick basically requires your camera running in the renewed multitasking bar, which does not in fact stop the application from actively running. By making use of the volume (+) button, you can easily begin taking a video or picture, this is certainly one of the most effective we have seen so far.
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How To Capture Picture/Video On iOS 7 Secretly
Step 1: Unlock your gadget before starting the Camera app. Please note, this technique does not work from lock screen – your iOS device should be un-locked for this secret camera mode to have any good results.
Step 2: The moment your Camera app is start and all set to go, ensure that you modify the settings to your choice. Normally, since it is thought to be an anonymement camera and all, you will most likely be wanting to switch the flash off. Get this chance to choose whether you want to capture a video or a photo. Also, make sure to turn that mute option to on, otherwise your gadget’s camera will go very noticed.
Step 3: Tap twice the Home button to get the multitasking mode, and from that point, you may browse through your open applications nonchalantly, as if you are carrying out daily. Should you need to take a picture or record a video, all you will need to do is press the Volume Up (+) button on left side of your iPhone.
Try out this! We think it is very cool, if not freakish, and once you are carried out, the outcomes of your spying strategy should stay in your own Camera Roll.
Many thanks, Masih for this great tip!