Since iOS 10.2, Live Photo is turned on by default and reactivates itself every time you launch the Camera app. There is Live Photos toggle (an icon in the Camera app that consists of three concentric circles), which will be yellow when enabled. This is really troublesome since we have to tap on the icon to disable it each time when snapping still photos.
Is there any way to turn off Live Photos on iPhone 7/7 Plus permanently? Luckily, Apple introduced Preserve Settings for us to disable Live Photos on iOS 10.3/10.2.
Why Need to Turn Off Live Photos on iPhone 7/7 Plus?
Although Apple thinks Live Photos is a remarkable feature for users, there will be a case that you want to turn off this feature.
Turn off Live Photo will have better results when taking photos in low light.
Live Photos may accidentally record yourself saying something.
Live Photos may accidentally put yourself in the photo.
Steps to Disable Live Photo from iPhone 7/7 Plus in iOS 10.3
You can tap on the Live Photos toggle every time you run Camera app to disable it, or follow the easy steps below to turn off it permanently.
Go to Settings and tap on Photos & Camera.
Choose Preserve Settings and enable Live Photo.
Photo Filter: Preserve the last filter, such as Chrome, rather than automatically reset to None
Camera Mode: Preserve the last mode, such as Video or Square, rather than automatically reset to Photo.
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