This article will help you easily disable HEIC on your iPhone, so you can keep your photos in the more widely-compatible JPG format. Plus, it's a super simple process!
Step 1: Open the Settings App
The first step in disabling the HEIC file format on your iPhone is to open the Settings app. To do this, tap the Settings icon on your home screen. This will open the Settings app.
Step 2: Go to the Camera Settings
Once you have the Settings app open, you need to navigate to the Camera settings. To do this, tap the “Camera” option from the list of settings. This will open the Camera settings page.
Step 3: Select Formats
Once you have the Camera settings open, you need to select the “Formats” option. This option is located at the bottom of the page. Once you have selected the “Formats” option, you will be taken to the Formats page.
Step 4: Select High Efficiency
On the Formats page, you will see two options: “High Efficiency” and “Most Compatible.” You need to select the “High Efficiency” option. This will disable the HEIC file format on your iPhone.
Step 5: Confirm the Change
Once you have selected the “High Efficiency” option, you will be prompted to confirm the change. Tap the “Confirm” button to confirm the change and disable the HEIC file format on your iPhone.
Step 6: Exit Settings
Once you have confirmed the change, you can exit the Settings app and return to your home screen. The HEIC file format will now be disabled on your iPhone.
Now that you know how to disable the HEIC file format on your iPhone, you can rest assured that your photos will be saved in a more compatible format. This will make it easier to share your photos with others and view them on other devices. If you ever need to enable the HEIC file format again, simply follow the steps outlined above to do so.