How to disable out-of-frame preview on camera [iPhone]

How to disable out-of-frame preview on camera [iPhone] – When Apple unveiled the iPhone 11, it seized the opportunity to include a feature in the Camera app that enables you to see the area that can be captured with the other lenses on the device outside of the current lens. We recommend you read How to prevent camera switching when recording video [iPhone]

However, it is very simple to deactivate it in the settings if you no longer want to see this information and find yourself getting distracted while taking a picture (after all, what will be photographed is only inside the frame).
Before beginning the tutorial, it’s important to keep in mind that the following iPhone models are compatible with this feature:

11, 11, Pro, and 11 Pro Max iPhones
12 mini, 12, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max iPhones
13 mini, 13, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max iPhones

Simply tap “Camera” under Settings to stop this behavior. After that, deselect “View Outside Frame.”

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