In the past few months, we’ve seen a few tweaks to iOS 11’s camera app.
First up was the new, more powerful “Focus” feature.
The feature was designed to make it easier to take quick, super-detailed selfies.
But as of today, it’s gone the way of the dodo.
Now you have to wait until you take your shot before it appears on the photo app’s timeline.
The new app has also removed the ability to use the front-facing camera.
That feature allows you to use your phone’s camera to capture the entire picture, instead of just the edges of the frame.
If you’ve got a lot of time on your hands, you could opt for a manual mode instead.
This option lets you capture the whole image using your phone.
But we’re told the camera’s focus is still the most important feature for iPhone users.
This means that if you’re just looking to snap a few pictures, it will be the easiest way to get those quick, great selfies.
That’s fine, but the rest of the tweaks were a bit disappointing.
We’re not sure why they weren’t included, but some of them may have been the result of a lack of attention to detail.
We were expecting to see the ability for Apple to save and share selfies from your previous session as well as the ability, for instance, to save a photo of the same face twice.
But neither feature appears to be in the iPhone 11’s next major update.
Instead, Apple has made the whole process of taking a selfie even simpler.
This is because you can now capture and share your selfie right from the camera app itself.
Just tap the gear icon next to the camera icon to bring up a quick list of available filters, options, and settings.
This feature lets you make your own photos from your snaps.
For instance, you can take a selfie with just one of the camera settings you chose and then share it with the world.
Or, you’ll have to go through the process of creating a photo using all the settings you choose.
There are a few more tweaks that will come with the next major release of iOS 11.
For one, it has been suggested that you should turn on a “no sound” mode in iOS 11 for better audio quality.
It also appears that there will be more options to control the iPhone’s sound when using Siri and the Apple Watch.
There is a good chance you won’t be able to use Apple Watch while you’re taking a photo.
Apple also says that Apple Watch is more than a replacement for your phone, but that it will also help you take better photos.
We have no way of knowing if this is true, but if it is, this could be a huge deal.
If it’s true, we’re still waiting on a few other tweaks that were revealed this week, including the ability that will allow you to take a picture without opening the camera, a new feature called the “Face Lock,” and the ability on iOS 11 to automatically turn off the iPhone camera when the camera isn’t in use.
All of these changes are likely to be rolled out over the next couple of weeks, and we’ll be covering all of them as they come to the iOS 11 beta channel.