Apple has introduced an all new camera system for the iPhone 5S that includes slo-mo mode, and intelligent burst mode among other things. We already told you about SlowCam, which is an app to bring slow motion video to the iPhone 5/5C. Now, there’s a way to perform burst mode on older iPhones running iOS 7. In fact, the new iOS 7 camera app allows for burst mode on any device running iOS 7. You simply tap, and hold the shutter button to continuously capture photos. The iPhone 5 is the best of the older bunch, because it can capture photos at a high speed, but the same tap, and hold function is available on other iOS 7 devices.
The main difference between burst mode on the iPhone 5S, and other iOS 7 devices comes after shooting. On the iPhone 5S, Apple offers a neat software system that intelligently selects the best photo(s) of a series of burst action shots, and then lets you delete the rest with one button. On older iOS 7 devices, all of the photos are sent to the camera roll, where you then have to manually delete the ones you don’t want. It’s more tedious, but you can easily select multiple photos to delete from the camera roll. The iPhone 5S is more convenient, and powerful, but burst mode is part of iOS 7, and not just a 5S exclusive.
Tap, and hold the shutter button for as long as you want to continuously capture photos at a rapid rate.