Tips How To Saving 48MP iPhone 14 Pro Series Photos to Save More Memory

The most interesting new feature in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max cameras is support for snap mode up to 48 Megapixels.

But unfortunately the 48MP mode on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is only available when you use the RAW snap mode or uncompressed images.

One of the characteristics of RAW or uncompressed images is the very large size of the document. So that it can fill up the memory on your iPhone faster if you often take 48MP RAW images on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

How big is the size of the 48MP RAW image from the latest iPhone series? From the results of the Newbie team's experiments, the average 48MP RAW photo document on the newest iPhone requires a storage capacity of around 40–70 MB for each image.

Even if you use the HEIF format, each image taken on the iPhone will only use around 2–7MB of memory.

Can we take 48MP images on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max without using the RAW format? Unfortunately, this feature is not provided by Apple in the default Camera application. You have to install a third-party camera application that supports 48MP snap mode with non-RAW results.

Another way is to use the Shortcuts feature to create simple automation, which can help you convert RAW to HEIF and keep the resolution at 48MP.

Here are tips for easily saving iPhone 14 Pro 48MP photos to HEIF Format!

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Create RAW to HEIF Conversion Shortcuts

You can create Shortcuts to convert RAW to HEIF easily and quickly.

There are various steps or sequences that you can take to create this conversion mode.

One of the things that the Newbie team got on the Reddit forum is Shortcuts which will detect the 50 most recent shots in the Photos app that use the RAW format, then convert them to HEIF.

You can also make these shortcuts support auto-delete mode or delete the initial content without confirmation to make it run smoother without a warning window every time you delete the original RAW document.

Please download the following Shortcuts Convert RAW to HEIF, then use it on your iPhone.

How to use Shortcuts Convert RAW to HEIF is also very easy.

You only need to make sure there are RAW images among the 50 most recent photos that have been stored in the Photos application.

After that open Shortcuts and press Convert RAW to HEIF to run the process.

If you want to disable Ask to Delete mode, go to the Shortcuts Convert RAW to HEIF section, press the I button at the bottom, and then access the Privacy tab.

In the Photos access section, activate the Delete Without Asking option then press Done.

How it's very easy right! Let's download these Shortcuts and change your 48MP RAW image to HEIF which saves more memory capacity!

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