You can access the camera module directly on the locked Mobile screen by pressing the home button, or the lock button and swiping it up with your finger from the bottom right corner of the screen.
Apple iPhone 6s makes it easier to access the camera if you just want to take a quick photo. You will be able to view photos taken in the current camera session while playing, but if you want to see any older photos you will need to unlock the phone fully.
Alternatively, when your Apple iPhone 6s is turned on, you can use the camera icon to open the camera app. By default, this is located in the upper right corner of the home screen, but you can move it elsewhere if you prefer.
Apple has introduced the 3D touch of the iPhone 6s, and that’s something you can use right now. If you give the screen a solid touch to the camera app icon, you will see that you can go directly to “take a photo of yourself” “record video”, “record slow-motion” or “take a picture”. Alternatively, you can just tap the camera app once to get directly into the normal app.
In any case, once you open the app, you don’t have a lot of options to work with. Most Android phones give you a lot of control over what your photo looks like, but iPhones are much easier to operate.
At the bottom (or right) of the screen, you will see different quick switch options between the various modes offered by the camera. The first option is Time-Lapse, Slow-Move, Video, Photo, Square, etc. Just swipe left with your finger to select the mode you want to use – we’ll talk about different modes as we update.