A little setup of the iPhone made me look like my selfies.

Mirror selfie

Selfie (left) vs. mirror front camera on (right) selfie in default mode.

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Apple’s latest iPhone operating system, iOS 15.1, Now available for download (and iOS 15.2 Right around the corner). Comes with features like iOS 15 update پروریز of the IPhone 13 Pro
And An upgraded version of QuickTake For iPhones. But a small camera feature, which has been around since iOS 14, can make the biggest difference for you. Selfie needed.: A setting called a mirror front camera.

Read on for everything you need to know about the Mirror Front Camera feature, and how to use it to enhance your selfie game.

What is the real meaning of mirror front camera?

You may have already seen this setting in your camera preferences and are wondering what it is. When you turn it on and turn it into your front camera, it will take a picture that is a reflection of your image, instead of flipping it as the camera usually does. Some people find this annoying because the image you take doesn’t match the image you see in View Finder.

Ultimately, it may not change your selfie much, but I prefer the more familiar reverse version of my face that I look in the mirror. Just keep in mind that other people – who basically don’t see your face in the mirror – may find the selfies a little weird because they are the inverted version of things they are used to seeing.

How to use the mirror front camera feature on your iPhone.

With iOS 14 (or 15) installed, the mirror front camera setting is disabled by default. Here’s how to turn it on:

Go to Setting > Camera. Under Synthesis, Toggle Mirror front camera But go back to your camera app, turn the camera and face yourself and take a selfie. The saved image will look like you see yourself in a mirror, instead of what it normally would. Note that your front camera automatically captures the front camera viewfinder, so this setting only affects the image that is stored in your image library.

Here, you can see a comparison between a regular selfie and a selfie taken with the mirror front camera on.

iOS 14 camera mirror selfies

iOS 14 gives you the option to photograph your selfies (right) or turn them upside down (left).

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You can follow these instructions to turn off the mirror front camera and return to the default selfie setting.

For more, check out. How to do FaceTime with Android users in iOS 15., Changing iOS 15 settings And Everything we know about the iOS 15.2 beta..


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