If you closely follow the trend, with the inclusion of new member to iPhone family every year, the youngest one receives bunch of new features which are not there on older iPhones. This time I am talking about Live Photos which is only available on iPhone 6s/6s Plus and now SE. Frankly speaking, I don’t see huge amount of difference between iPhone 6s and iPhone 6. Just add Live Photos and 3D touch support and I bet an average user won’t be able to differentiate between the two. Though 3D touch solely depends on Hardware and can’t be implemented on older iPhones but you can easily Click Live Photos On iPhone 6 and older iPhones.
We are here with a nifty workaround which will allow you to take Live Photos on iPhone 6 and older iPhones and fortunately the trick is as clean as it seems to be. There’s an app floating over App Store which lets you shoot a video of 3 seconds (approx. same duration as Live Photo) and same will be converted to a Live Photo. Lets see how it exactly works :
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Pre-requisite To Click Live Photos On iPhone 6 And Older iPhones :
- iPhone running on iOs 9 or above.
- Download and Install Live Camera For Live Photos on your iPhone. This is a great app for taking Live Photos on older iPhone without Jailbreak and is absolutely free.
How To Click Live Photos On iPhone 6 And Older iPhones :
Step 1 : Done with installing Live Camera on your iPhone? If yes, Launch it from SpringBoard and allow it to access your Camera and Microphone.
Step 2 : Tap on Record Button. Now press and hold the Press to capture button just as you do on Snapchat or Vine to record videos. Once 3 second duration is over, Live Camera will automatically stop recording.
Step 3 : Tap on Save and chose Live Photo as Action.
Step 4 : Finally head over to Photos and check your iPhone’s first Live Photo. Congratulations, your iPhone just got a new Camera tweak.
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