Last Updated on Nov 10, 2020
Probably the Camera App of iOS 14 got only one bigger change, and that is Mirror Front Camera. Did you noticed that while taking a Selfie on iPhone, the viewfinder displays the mirrored image, that’s exactly how we see in the mirror, and the saved photo is totally different than how it looked in the viewfinder. In simple words the Selfies we capture are un-mirrored, but with iOS 14 Mirror Front Camera, you can change this behavior. Honestly, the Mirror Front Camera Selfies are gawky, however, some folks wanted this feature, and thankfully, Apple has added it in the native Camera app, if you’re the one with this demand, no need to download any third-party app, to Mirror Front Camera.
Once the Mirror Front Camera is turned on, the iPhone will save all the Selfies just like the mirror image, without flipping. Few people found the flipped images bizarre as it destroys the background of the photos. Learn how to turn on Mirror Front Camera on iPhone.
How to Mirror Selfie Photos on iPhone
There’s only one set to be manipulated to get the Mirror Selfie on the iPhone, here’s how to do it. Make sure your iPhone is running on iOS 14 or later. To check, visit Settings > General > Software Update.
- Go to the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Scroll down and tap Camera
- Under the Composition section, toggle Mirror Front Camera
How to Mirror Selfie Photos on iOS 13 or Earlier
For any reason, if you can’t update the iPhone to the iOS 14 or the fact is your iPhone isn’t compatible to run the iOS 14, don’t worry, still, there’s a way out to mirror selfies on iPhone. Use the Editing Tool of the Camera App to flip the photo.
- Open any photo on the iPhone.
- Hit Edit.
- Tap on the Crop icon.
- Tap on the Flip button.
- Lastly, save the changes, to do so, tap Done.
This is it!
iOS 14 Mirror Front Facing Camera Missing
During the beta release, many people used the Mirror Front Facing Camera on iPhone, but soon after Apple rolled out the official stable iOS 14, Mirror Front Facing Camera didn’t show up. Earlier it was available for all the iOS 14 compatible devices such as iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, etc.
Mirror Front Facing Compatible Devices
Apparently, this feature is taken back for the iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X due to some reasons. As of right now, Mirror Front Camera is only compatible with the iPhone XR, XS, XS Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE 2, and the latest models.
Check for Updates
If your iPhone belongs to the list of compatible but still cannot find the Mirror Front Facing Camera then check for the updates,
- Go to the Settings App on the iPhone.
- Tap General.
- Select Software Update.
- Download and Install the update, if available.
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