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Photo: Kicking Studio (Shutterstock) Apple pulled off a neat trick on the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max; it added a surprisingly good Macro mode to the Camera app, without even adding a separate Macro camera (like Android phones do). The Camera app automatically switches to a cropped version of the Ultra-Wide camera once you got closer to an object. Genius, yes, but also uncontrollable. And that’s what made this feature annoying—if you get close enough to a subject, all you get is a Macro shot. Thankfully, Apple has come to its senses, adding an honest-to-goodness button to the Camera app just for disabling the Macro mode in iOS 15.2. While there are a lot of good things in this update , this feature itself is justification enough to hit the update button. How to quickly disable the Macro mode in the Camera app Open the Camera app on your iPhone after updating to iOS 15.2, and get close to a subject. You’ll see the camera view switch, and a new yellow Tulip icon will appear in the bottom-left corner of the screen. This is your new indicator that the Macro mode is active (this works both in photo and video mode). Tap that little Tulip icon, and Macro mode will be disabled. The Camera app will then switch to the wide-angle lens. This feature is only available for iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. But if you want to try out Macro mode on older […]