When the camera on your iPhone was once the most popular piece of technology on the planet, it was a wonder the world didn’t break into a million pieces.
But with a new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus now out in the wild, it seems the camera has now become the least popular piece on the iPhone.
As we’ve seen with other camera problems on the market, iPhone camera users are finding that even their iPhone camera settings have become so difficult to access that they’re actually using the wrong settings.
While we don’t recommend that you disable your camera, disabling it can make things a whole lot easier on your phone.
To make things worse, the camera app has a camera lock feature that can prevent you from seeing what’s on your screen.
You can also disable the camera lock from within the camera settings.
In fact, if you want to do this, you’ll want to disable it from within iOS and from within a third-party app like Camera+ for iOS or iOS Camera for Mac.
But for those of you that are on the fence, here’s how to get it back.
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