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HDR mode on iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X is an always-on feature. So when you use your Camera app in the latest iPhones, you are either shooting a normal or HDR photo. Apple has set this high-dynamic range as default in its recently released iPhones. However, you can always use a button and re-enable HDR mode on iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus.
To turn HDR mode ON or OFF, you need to take some steps as Apple has kept this HDR secret; however, the feature is visible in iPhone 7 and older iPhones.
How to Re-Enable Manual HDR on iPhone X, iPhone 8, or iPhone 8 Plus when HDR Button Missing on iPhone Camera
Step #1: Open Settings on your iPhone.
Step #2: Scroll down and tap on Camera.
Step #3: Now, you need to toggle Auto HDR button OFF.
Now go back to the Home screen and launch Camera app on your iPhone. Here, you can manually control HDR mode before you click photos. All you need to do is to tap that HDR button from the top and then you can choose Auto, On or Off.
You are good to go friends!
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