The iOS 15.2 beta update has brought a new toggle that Apple has promised to add to allow iPhone 13 Pro users to turn off Macro mode.
This feature helps users to take close-up photos of small things like insects, flowers, food, and more. And when the phone is placed within 10 cm (3.94 inches) of an object, iPhone 13 Pro automatically switches to the Ultra Wide Camera for shooting macro photos.
And according to iClarified, to enable the toggle that will let you turn off macro mode, go to Settings > Camera and turn off auto macro mode. At the bottom left of the camera view, you’ll find a toggle button for macro mode. Turn this button off and your phone won’t automatically turn on macro mode when you get close to something.
To get this and other features you will have to be a member of the iOS Beta Program. You can join the program by clicking on this Link and follow the instructions. Or you can simply wait for Apple to release the stable version of iOS 15.2 which should come in a matter of weeks.