Apple iPhone 16 Capture Button will Support Zoom, Focus Adjustment Gestures

Apple iPhone 16 Series (For Representation purpose)
Apple iPhone 16 may Support zoom and Focus Adjustment Gestures (Source: GameStar)

Apple introduced a new Action Button to the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, replacing the previously available mute button. It is speculated that the iPhone 16 series will include another new button, the Capture Button. This button is said to enable video recording with a single click. A new leak has indicated that it will be a multi-functional button that supports zoom and focus adjustment motions.

iPhone 16 Capture Button

A recent leak from The Information has revealed what to expect from the iPhone 16 capture button. It hints that the newly added button would be a one-stop shop for photography enthusiasts. It will allow users to do many photography-related operations easily and from one location. Two specific features are discussed in the report: focus adjustment and zoom. Users can zoom in and out by merely dragging left and right on the iPhone 16 capture button. In contrast to doing the same task via on-screen alternatives, the button will undoubtedly provide a more user-friendly operation.

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Apple iPhone 16 Series
Apple iPhone 16 Capture Button

There are rumours that the capture button reacts to pressure as well. A little more pressure will trigger the shutter for shooting, while a lighter touch will alter the focus. According to the source, the iPhone 16’s capture button would be in a mechanical rather than solid state. It implies that when a user presses the button, they will be able to feel it move in and out. The iPhone’s capture button is reportedly located below the power button on the right side of the device. This would make accessing it simple and eliminate the need to extend your fingers or hold the iPhone in a specific manner.

Considering Apple’s tendency to reserve premium features for the Pro series, the new capture button will probably only be available on the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max. Although there have been some reports that Apple is testing the new button over the whole iPhone 16 series, nothing is official as of yet.

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