You can take your iPhone mirror selfies in iOS 14. Here’s how the new camera trick – CNET

You can take your iPhone mirror selfies in iOS 14. Here’s how the new camera trick – CNET

this new selfie trick, when you download iOS 14, on your iPhone.

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Now that the developer beta of iOS 14, Apple’s latest iPhone, ($699 at Apple) operating system is up and running, you can check out all the new iOS features, including home-screen widgets, the Translate app, and picture-in-picture functions. But a smaller camera function, can the biggest difference for your selfie: a setting called mirror Front camera. 

mirror-Front-camera iPhone 11‘s “slofie” slow-motion-selfie function, to tell us a more subtle — and dare I say, useful — selfie tool. (It should) be noted that it is one of the many iOS 14 features on for some time.When you turn it on and flip the front-facing camera, it will shoot a photo, that is her mirror-image, rather than reveal, as the camera usually does. Some people find that these shocks, because the photo does not correspond to the image you see in the viewfinder. 

Ultimately, it may not change your selfie very much, but some people may prefer to view the more familiar inverted version of your face, as in a mirror. 

Remember that iOS 14 is only available as an early preview for developers (read our instructions for how to download iOS 14). That is, if you want to test it now, you will need to sign up for an Apple developer account costs $99 per year. And even after the Installation of the developer beta, you can expect the OS buggy be. It is best to wait until the public beta Version in July, or, better yet, the final Version in the autumn. But we will explain how to mirror the Front camera is working now so you can be ready when you do have iOS 14 on your mobile phone. 

With iOS from Version 14, the mirror installed, Front camera setting is disabled by default. Here is how it is, it is:

Go to settings > camera. Under composition toggle mirror Front camera on. You go back to your camera app and turn on the camera on the face itself. The image is displayed, as you can see yourself in the mirror, instead of upside down like it normally is. 

Here is a side-by-side is taken for comparison of a selfie regularly, and a the enabled, with mirror Front-camera. 


Selfie in Standard mode (left) vs. selfie with mirror Front-camera enabled (on the right). 

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follow the same instructions as to rotate at the top, a mirror, a Front camera, and go back to the Standard-selfie setting.

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Released on Mon, 29 Jun 2020 16:00:05 +0000

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