The stock iPhone Electronic camera app is just one of the most effective around, yet also with all the renovations that it has had more than the years considering that the initial iPhone placed in an appearance, it’s still missing out on 1 or 2 features that we wish to see.

One of those features is the capability to stop a video clip recording that is in progress, enabling users to develop some interesting structures or merely set the scene up better. The function is one that we do not see Apple including at any time soon, if just since it would bring in problem to an app that Apple suches as to maintain as straightforward as could be, yet we would sure prefer to view it.


Up until that occurs there will certainly consistently be the jailbreak tweak RecordPause. Readily available to download from Cydia now and setting you back not a cent, the tweak doesn’t add any kind of icons to the iPhone’s home screen nor does it put any type of new settings into the Settings app. Just what it does do, however, is make it possible to do just what we outlined earlier – – document a video clip, pause it, then start it up once again. Wonderful and straightforward, really.

In order to stop briefly a video clip, all an individual requires to do is tap the timer on top of the display and watch it transform shade from white to yellow. Reactivating the recording? Well, that’s as simple as tapping the timer again and there you go, you’re taping once more.


Tweaks such as this, and those that bring in capability that Apple merely will not, are the factor jailbreaking will certainly always be prominent amongst a subset of users. Apple could continue to do its best to stop it, yet eventually, it’s encouraging jailbreaking by declining to add attributes that individuals plainly really want.

We question Apple will certainly view it rather the very same method, however.

The tweak is absolutely free and could be downloaded and install directly from the BigBoss repo in Cydia.

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