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How to Enable ‘Mirror Front Camera’ Setting on iPhone in iOS 14

Use this new camera trick to take mirror selfies on iPhone

Have you ever switched from your iPhone’s Camera app to some other, say Snapchat, while taking selfies because iPhone just wouldn’t give you the option to have mirror images? It can’t just be me, right?

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Well, in that vein, there’s a piece of good news for all of us. iOS 14 beta, that was announced at Apple’s annual WWDC and will be available to the general public this year in fall, just introduced the ‘Mirror Front Camera’ setting on iPhone. So you won’t have to run away from using the native Camera app anymore, at least, not for this reason.

But the catch is that it is not the default setting for your front camera and you’ll have to enable it. Otherwise, you’d be stuck with the traditional “flipped” selfies that the iPhone camera usually produces. But the bright side is that it would only take you a few seconds to change it from your settings and be done with it. The mirror front camera will stay as your preferred choice until you choose to change it or reset your entire iPhone settings.

To enable ‘Mirror Front Camera’ option, go to ‘Settings’ from your iPhone Home screen and scroll down to find the option for ‘Camera’ in the list. Tap on it to open it.

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In the camera settings, turn on the toggle for ‘Mirror Front Camera’ under the ‘Composition’ section.


It only takes seconds to change the settings and you can revert them whenever you want. We’re sure you’re excited to try it on your iPhone when the OS releases for the public later this year. The more eager birds can also try the public beta for iOS 14 when it comes out next month.