The new iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max feature a Macro mode, which allows users to take Macro shots with the Ultra-Wide camera on their device.
While the Macro mode is great users complained about it getting automatically triggered when user closed up on an object, and there was no option to disable it when it first launched. Many also asked for the ability to manually trigger it when they need it.
Apple tried to solve this problem by adding a toggle to disable Auto Macro feature with the release of iOS 15.1. Now it looks like Apple is giving users more control over Macro by adding a convenient Macro button right inside the Camera app on iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
The new flower icon found inside the new Camera app on iOS 15.2 beta 2 allows users to quickly toggle Macro mode on and off.
Users can get the Macro button inside the Camera app by first disabling Auto Macro by going to Settings -> Camera -> Auto Macro.
Once Auto Macro is disabled the Macro button inside the Camera app shows up when you close up on an object, so the Camera app detects you might be trying to take a Macro shot. When you close up the Macro button will appear at the bottom of the screen allowing you to enable or disable Macro.
Since iOS 15.2 is currently in beta 2 the way Macro toggle inside of the Camera app works might change on the final release.