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