As a popular Camera Phone, the iPhone carries lots of expectations. However, unlike the other devices, it can go through occasional glitches and errors. A recent issue we discovered is missing live photo effects. Further, even after tapping on the Long exposure or Bounce effect from Live drop-down, the changes aren’t applied. Alas!
Luckily, there are some troubleshooting steps needed to address this issue. This article will guide you through some practical and simplest steps to fix live photo effects missing or not working at all.
Guide To Fix Bounce Effect Not Working On iPhone & iPad
iPhone 6s and later models let you capture live photos. But did you really follow the exact steps? First, cross-check it by reading our guide on taking live photos on iPhone.
That’s because images need to be captured with live mode enabled to imply live photo effects.
Force Close Photos App
First, we will begin with a basic solution, closing the Photos App from the background.
iPhone With Face ID: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the App Switcher. Now swipe left or right to find the Photos App. Once you get it, swipe up the app card. That’s it!
iPhone With Home Button: Press the Home Button twice to visible the App Card. Now swipe left or right to search the Photos App. Swipe the Photos App. That’s All
iPad: Swipe down from the top of the screen and hold on the center of the screen. Alternatively, press the Home Button twice. Now swipe left or right to search the Photos App and swipe it up. That’s It!
App Crashes While Converting Live Photos To Long Exposure Or Bounce Mode! What To Do?
In this scenario, try creating the Duplicate live photo you captured. And further, apply Long Exposure or Bounce. Here are the steps you need to follow.
- Go to Photos App.
- Select Albums.
- Scroll down and select Live Photos.
- Choose desired image and tap More(Three-Dots) from the top right corner.
- Next, choose Duplicate > Duplicate. The Duplicate version of photos will be added as the first image in the list. Select it.
Lastly, click on Live Dropdown, and further choose any Live Effects. Hopefully, the issue might have been fixed.
Check Software Update
Next in the list, check for software updates. The outdated version of iOS can cause multiple issues, including live effects not working on iPhone.
- Navigate to the Settings App.
- Choose General.
- Tap on Software Update.
- If you encounter the software update, tap one you want to install. Lastly, choose Download And Install.
Ignore Using iOS Beta Version
Though beta versions introduce the user to new features early. But in return, they might experience instability and bugs in the iPhone. That’s why ditching the iPhone to beta version isn’t worth it, as it can lead to more severe problems. If you are using the beta version, try to downgrade beta and install the stable version. That’s it!
Reset All Settings
The corrupted settings on the iPhone can be the culprit. However, fixing it isn’t arduous; simply Reset All Settings! Here is how you can do so.
Note: Best part is there will be no data loss while resetting all settings.
- Go to Settings.
- Choose General.
- Tap Transfer Or Reset iPhone. Next, select Reset.
- Lastly, tap Reset All Settings.
Now recheck the issue; if it’s not working, move to the following troubleshooting.
Contact Apple Support
The only solution left over is Contacting Apple Support. Yes, the expert team goes deep down into the issue and guides you to fix by using a technical workaround. So go for it!
Here we end with a practical guide to fix missing live photo effects on iPhone. Which troubleshooting steps helped you out? Let’s know in the comment box below.