Selfie within default mode (left) versus. selfie with Mirror Front Camera converted on (right). 


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The latest edition of Apple’s iPhone working system, iOS 14.5, is now available in order to download (and iOS fourteen.6 might be just close to the corner). No issue what version of the particular OS you’re running, likely to find plenty of updated digital camera tools and features, which includes improvements to Night Mode plus burst photos. But 1 smaller camera feature might make the biggest distinction for your selfie needs: There’s now an environment called Mirror Front Camera. 

Mirror Front Camera joins the iPhone 11‘s “slofie” slow-motion selfie function to create us a subtler — and, dare I actually say, more useful — selfie tool. (It ought to be noted that is actually one of many iOS 14 features that’s already been available on Android devices for quite a while.) 

Read on for everything a person need to know regarding the Mirror Front Camera feature, plus how to use this to up your selfie game. 

What will Mirror Front Camera mean? 

You may have already arrive across this setting within your camera preferences and considered what it was. When you turn it upon and change for your front facing camera, it will take a photo that’s your own mirror image, instead associated with flipping it as the particular camera usually does. Some people find this jarring because the photo a person take doesn’t match the you see in the particular viewfinder. 

Ultimately, this may not change your own selfie much, but a few people may like the even more familiar reversed version associated with your face, like searching in a mirror. 

How to use the particular Mirror Front Camera feature

With iOS fourteen installed, the Mirror Front Camera environment is disabled by arrears. Here’s how to transform it on:

Go to Settings > Camera. Under Composition, toggle Mirror Front Camera on. Head returning to your camera app, and turn into the camera to encounter yourself. The image may appear when you see your self in the mirror, rather of flipped as this usually is. 

Here, you will see the side-by-side evaluation of the regular selfie plus one taken with Mirror Front Camera turned on. 


iOS 14 gives you the option of mirroring your selfies (right) or keeping all of them inverted (left).


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You may follow the same guidelines to show Mirror Front Camera off plus return to the default selfie setting.

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