Taking pictures from iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus has always been a pleasurable experience for its users since they both provide fine quality of photos and videos. If you own an Apple Watch as well, then this photographing experience will reach its new limit once you learn how you can use your amazing and versatile Apple Watch to remotely take pictures from your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. You can access this feature when you are not in position to tap the camera button to capture a photo or if you do not want somebody to notice that you are taking photo or maybe any other reason. The point is, if there is a feature that your Apple Watch is offering then you should get to know it.
Follow these easy steps that have been outlined for you to carry out this amazing feature:
Step 1: You need to access your camera first. To do so, press the Crown on your Apple Watch and open Camera app
Step 2: Now the app will try to connect your iPhone (since it do not have a camera on its own). If you do not have Camera app open in your iPhone, it will automatically open even if your phone is locked
Step 3: Now your Apple Watch will show the preview of your camera from your phone and you can tap the screen to capture any image you like. You can even use timer to time your photos for let’s say three seconds before you adjust your camera to any suitable angel
Step 4: Every time you tap your Watch’s screen to take a photo, the photo gets saved in your Camera roll for your later review. To check the previously taken photos, tap the left side of the screen.
Once you are done, go through your photos, save the ones you like and delete that you do not. Pretty easy, right?