Smartphone companies are always searching for a solution to make their phones easy usable and want their customers satisfied. One of the cool and easy features of iPhone smartphones is the easy accessibility of their cameras even when your phone is locked, but have you ever wanted to disable the camera so that no one could access your mobile camera without your permission? In this guide, I will show you how to disable camera on iPhone iOS 14 if you care much about your privacy. But before doing so let’s have quick information about the latest iOS which is iOS 14.
iOS 14 is the fourteenth and latest major update of the iOS smartphone operating system developed by Apple Inc. for their iPhone and iPod Touchlines. Announced at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference on June 22, 2020, as the successor to iOS 13, it was released to the public on September 16, 2020.
First and foremost, iOS 14 introduces a new Home Screen that for the first time supports widgets. Widgets can be moved directly from the Today view to the Home Screen and pinned in various sizes.
The iPhone will use on-device intelligence to surface the best widget based on time, place, and behavior with the Smart Stack feature. Widgets for work, travel, athletics, and other activities can be shown on each Home Screen tab. The Today section, which houses widgets, has been refreshed, and a widgets gallery has been added where users can select new widgets from apps and customize them.
Swiping all the way to the bottom of an iPhone’s app pages brings up the latest App Library, which is an interface that displays all of the iPhone’s applications at a glance. Apps are arranged in your folder structure, but Apple has created some directories, such as Suggestions and Apple Arcade, that intelligently surface apps. To keep the Home Screen safe, new app downloads may be added to it or stored in the App Library.
Incoming phone calls and Siri requests no longer fill up the whole screen thanks to new space-saving measures. Phone calls (as well as FaceTime/VoIP calls) are shown in a small banner on the iPhone’s monitor, and triggering Siri displays a small animated Siri icon at the bottom of the screen.
Users can view videos or speak to FaceTime in a picture in picture mode while using other applications simultaneously, FaceTime or the video playback in a narrow window, which can be re-dimensioned and moved to either corner of the iPhone.
so without further ado, let’s jump in on how to disable the camera on iPhone iOS 14.
Disable Camera on iPhone iOS 14
- On your menu screen go to the Settings.
- Now select the Screen Time option.
- select Content & Privacy Restrictions option.
- Turn the toggle Content & Privacy Restrictions on.
- You may be asked to enter Restriction or Screen Time passcode.
- Now tap on the Allowed apps option to turn off the camera.
- Turn toggle Camera off/White.
- As you see there is no camera option on the lock screen.
So this article was all about how to disable the camera on iPhone iOS 14 for those who pay attention a lot to the privacy of their smartphones which is a good feature in some cases but actually I prefer to be enabled so that I don’t miss any shot. If you have any other questions about technology let me know in the comment below. thanks!