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How to take hands-free photos on iOS 14 using a voice command?

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If you don’t know how to take hands-free photos on iOS 14 using a voice command, we are going to show you the way. This is what iOS 14 offers, it allows you to take photos using a voice command only. It is a great feature to take better photos and it will surely help people with disabilities.

How to take hands-free photos on iOS 14 using a voice command?

  • In order to activate this feature, we must access the “Settings” of our phone and look for the “Accessibility” section of the iPhone or iPad.
  • Once we are in there, we will see the corresponding section with the voice control settings and activate them.
  • At this point, we must click on “Activate voice control” and then “Activate commands” or “Customize commands” if we have any ready and create a new command by typing the word “photo” (without quotes).
  • In the application section, we will choose “Camera” from all those that appear and in “Action” we will choose “Execute custom gesture,” then we will press on the hide controls -which is the position occupied by the camera button- simulating that when activating the command will be pressed in that area of the screen.
  • At this point, we just need to check that the voice control of the accessibility settings is enabled, which we will do by seeing if a microphone icon appears at the top left.
  • Then, we open the iPhone or iPad camera app and select the “Photo” or “Portrait” mode and say the word “Photo.”

How to take hands-free photos on iOS 14 using a voice command?
How to take hands-free photos on iOS 14 using a voice command?

As you can see the process is really simple if you carefully carry out all the steps.

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