In iOS 13, Apple addedthat looks like you're closing the eyes of the person you're talking to. even if you stare at the screen of your phone and not at the camera. The next time you make a FaceTime call, your eyes look like you're staring at the camera when you look at the screen (and thus at the person you're talking to) with a call.
I made a few calls with the new feature and the family members I talked to could not say exactly when I looked at the screen and when I looked at the camera. It's kind of scary, but damn cool at the same time.
Apple calls this attention correction just one of manyalong with a new dark mode, a way to block unknown callers, and a fancy new typing tool. not to mention whose use is downright fun.
At the moment, attention-correction only works with the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, but with iOS 13 still in beta, the nice software trick could find its way to more iPhone models before the release official release this fall. You can sign up forif you want to test Apple's latest products.
To enable Attentive Correction on your iPhone:
- Open Settings App.
- Select FaceTime from the list of options.
- Slide the switch next to Attention Correction to the position On .
- Finish the Settings App.
We've asked Apple for more information on how the feature works and will update this post as we learn more.
If you're new to iOS 13, get to knowor familiarize yourself with the