I’ve found an iPhone hack that helps you perfect your selfies

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In a viral TikTok video, people have talked about a useful iPhone selfie trick.

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The video shows how to use Apple’s ‘Mirror Front Photos’ feature.

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This iPhone trick can change your selfiecredit: tiktok / @betimm_b

tiktoker @betimm_b Shared the tip with your thousands of TikTok followers.

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The video has currently garnered around 90,000 likes.

It starts with TikToker taking a selfie and showing how the camera app by default flips the image so that the image you’re taking is different from the one you end up in your photo.

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Then he goes to his iPhone Settings and looks for the ‘Camera’ section.

Then, he turns on a toggle next to ‘Mirror Front Photos’.

Then, he goes to the camera app and takes a selfie again.

This time, the image does not flip.

The video is captioned: “You can now take better selfie pictures”.

A lot of people agreed and thanked TikToker in the comments.

One even joked: “Thank you brother saved us”.

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