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How To Use iPhone 15 48MP Camera?

With the introduction of the latest iPhone 15 series by Apple, users have noticed a slew of interesting features and several upgrades in certain areas. One such big upgrade is the one that has arrived with the new iPhone 15 in its camera system, the main lens being increased to 48MP, which matches its Pro model, iPhone 15 Pro. However, both the model’s cameras are set to take 24MP pictures by default in order to save your phone’s storage space. In contrast, if you want to learn how you can take 48MP pictures with the iPhone 15 camera, then here are all the details.

Meanwhile, you must be familiar with the fact that last year, Apple launched its first 48 MP main camera with the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, which are capable of shooting ProRAW pictures, while the standard model, the iPhone 14 main lens, stuck to 12MP. Moreover, this year, every iPhone 15 model has 48MP main cameras. Whereas the Pro models, iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, can shoot Pro RAW images easily. Plus, there is a HEIF (high-efficiency image file format) Max 48MP mode, which all the iPhone 15 models can use. 

However, the new HEIF Max 48MP mode allows high-resolution images at comparatively smaller file sizes that are around 5MB, and you might not want to use it all the time; furthermore, when you want to capture the tiniest of the details, letting flexible crops and editing through the 48MP camera power of the iPhone 15 main lens. 

How To Use The iPhone 15 48MP Camera?

  • Go to the Settings app on either of your iPhone 15 models.
  • Swipe down and click on Camera.
  • Now select the Formats option.
  • Then click on the ProRAW & Resolution Control toggle to turn it on. (this will show the Resolution Control on iPhone 15 and 15 Plus).
  • On the iPhone 14 and iPhone 15 Pro & Pro Max, select Pro Default and then click on HEIF Max (up to 48MP) or ProRAW Max (up to 48MP).
  • Then open the Camera app, and make sure HEIF MAX or RAW MAX appears in the corner.
  • Press and hold on to HEIF MAX or RAW MAX in order to switch between the high-resolution modes.
48MP iPhone 15 Camera

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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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