How To Turn Off Camera Sound On Iphone

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The Iphone camera is one of the best in the market. It has a great resolution and takes amazing pictures. The Iphone camera is great for taking photos of nature, people, and events. It is also good for taking video.

The sound it makes when taking pictures is also very distinctive, and can be a bit of a distraction for some people. If you're in a situation where you need to be quiet, or don't want the camera sound to go off, there is a way to turn it off.

To turn off the Iphone camera sound, open the Iphone's settings app and scroll down to the “Sounds” section. In the “Sounds” section, find the “Camera Shutter” option and set it to “Off”. This will disable the Iphone camera sound so that it won't go off when you take pictures.


If you want to turn the Iphone camera sound back on, simply go back into the “Sounds” section of the Iphone's settings app and set the “Camera Shutter” option back to “On”.

How Do I Turn Off The Camera Shutter Sound On My IPhone?

The Camera shutter sound on the iPhone can be muted by turning on the Ring/Silent switch on the side of your iPhone. If the Ring/Silent switch is turned off, the Camera shutter sound will be enabled.

How Do I Turn Off The Camera Shutter Sound?

There are a few ways to disable the shutter sound on your camera.

1) Volume Down button: To do this, tap the Volume Down button while watching the screen volume slider descend and then disappear. Once the volume is all the way down, the phone will switch to a vibrate mode, and then most models will completely silence your phone. Either vibrate or full silence sould mute the shutter noise.

2) Silent Mode: Another option is to put your phone in Silent Mode. This can usually be done by sliding your finger across the Status Bar from left to right and tapping the Silent Mode icon (a bell with a cross throgh it). When Silent Mode is enabled, you won't hear any sound effects from your phone, including the shutter noise from the Camera app.

3) Mute Button: If you want to completely disable all sound on your phone, you can press and hold the Mute Button until it switches off. When Mute is off, you'll see a speaker with a cross through it in the Status Bar.

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How Do I Turn Off The Camera Sound On My IPhone XS?

The camera shutter sound on the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone Xr can be turned off by goig into the Settings app, selecting Camera and then turning off the option for Shutter Sound.

How Do I Turn Off The Shutter Sound On My IPhone 11 Japan?

There are a few ways to turn off the shutter sound on your iPhone 11 Japan.

#1: Use the App: The shutter sound on the iPhone can be turned off by using the Music app. Go to Settings>Music and toggle the switch for “Shutter Sound” to off.

#2: Use the Accessibility Tab: Another way to turn off the shutter sound is to use the Accessibility tab. Go to Settings>General>Accessibility and toggle the switch for “Camera Shutter” to off.

#3: Use Third-Party Camera : If you are not happy with the default camera app that coms with your iPhone, you can try downloading a third-party camera app that does not have a shutter sound.

#4: Jailbreak Your iPhone: If you are comfortable jailbreaking your phone, there is a jailbreak tweak called “No Shutter Sound” that will disable the shutter sound completely.

#5: Close the Speaker: Another way to disable the shutter sound is by closing the speaker. Just put your hand over the speaker while taking a picture.

#6: Create A Sound File: Finally, if you want to completely disable the shutter sound, you can create a custom sound file and change the settings on your phone so that it uses that file instead of the default shutter sound.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.