Next time you are checking yourself out on Facetime instead of looking at the other person, try this new filter.
Twitter user @WSig shared the new feature available to users. According to Mashable, Apple beta-tested it in iOS 13 as the “FaceTime Attention Correction,” and it is now available as the “Eye Contact” feature with the release of iOS 14.
The feature is available iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, provided they’re running iOS 14 or iOS 15.
Guys – "FaceTime Attention Correction" in iOS 13 beta 3 is wild.
Here are some comparison photos featuring @flyosity: https://t.co/HxHhVONsi1 pic.twitter.com/jKK41L5ucI
— Will Sigmon (@WSig) July 2, 2019
Twitter users responded to the update calling it ‘creepy.’
just found out that facetime has a weird eye contact feature???? that’s creepy
— channie 🌻 (@lookingupp_) September 17, 2021
do yourself a favor and go into your settings and turn off eye contact for your facetime calls, i had a full breakdown because i thought my eyes got botched overnight pic.twitter.com/LU6iXAbZ1h
— SUEDE BROOKS (@SuedeBrooks) October 15, 2020