Apple introduces new FaceTime Attention Correction feature
Apple has bundled a new FaceTime Attention Correction feature with the third beta of iOS 13, which is currently available for developers. This feature will help users improve eye contact during FaceTime calls according to the company. This feature has been rolled out as an opt-in feature, which means users can decide whether they want to enable it or not.
If you enable the feature, your device will help you correct your vision to help you look directly into the camera during FaceTime calls. To enable the feature you can head to Settings > FaceTime and then enable the FaceTime Attention Correction feature via a toggle located on the side.
According to the update notes of iOS 13 developer beta 3 patch notes, "Your eye contact with the camera will be more accurate during FaceTime Video calls." As of now, the feature is available only on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. This is because the feature utilises software algorithms and the TrueDepth camera setup to correct eye contact during FaceTime calls.
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