How To Take Photos While Shooting Videos, And How To Personalize Vibrations On Your iPhone

By Joseph St. James. , May 01, 2017 04:50 AM EDT

It would be neat to be able to take a shot while you are shooting videos at the same time. There are times when a scene is gorgeous that you also want to preserve it as a single shot. You can do these things easily on your iPhone.

Taking A Photo While Shooting Video Is Easy

There's a camera button on the screen and you only need to tap on it whenever you want to quickly snap a shot. But be aware that you are not using the true photo sensor of your iPhone. In terms of resolution, what you will get is the video resolution that the video camera can provide. The important thing is that you get to snap a shot while continuing to record the video.

Actually, if you are not that choosy, the quality of the photo will be just as impressive. The maximum resolution of the shot you had just snapped is 1.2 MP. Of course, the still shot capability of your iPhone is 8 MP or more. Even then, the 1.2 resolution will give justice to the precise moment you have just captured.

You Can Tell Who's Calling By The Vibration

In addition, do you want to recognize who is calling you even if your iPhone is in your pocket or inside your bag? That is very easy to do. Just personalize your vibrations. So, if you want to know if it is Betty or Henry calling, assign a particular vibration for them. And this will also take just a few seconds to set up.

Here's what you need to do: Access Phone or Contact and choose the person whom you want to assign a customized vibration. Tap the Edit button. You will find it on the top-right corner of your iPhone screen. Scroll down and search for the vibration field. It is just right below the ringtone field.

Tapping on the vibration field will give you the built-in vibrations that come with your iPhone. Scroll down and you will find "Create New Vibration." If you tap on this button, it will give you the ability to create a new vibration that you can assign Betty or Henry or any of your contacts. That way, you can tell who is calling even if you are not looking at your iPhone screen.

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