Here’s how you can Enable/Disable FaceTime Eye Contact Correction on iOS 14

If you have an iOS 14 device, here is how you can Enable/Disable FaceTime Eye Contact Correction on iOS 14. 

Owing to the currently prevailing conditions where the world is immensely relying on Virtual contacts, it is crucial that you have a proper network connection in order to make virtual contacts. Virutally, more than body language, the eye contact of person you are speaking to matters a lot.

Keeping this in mind Apple has introduced a new Eye Contact Correction in iOS 14. The feature was a part of iOS beta 13 by the name “Attention Correction” feature. But it got deleted because of reasons that are still unknown.

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Nonetheless, Apple has now brought back the same attention correction feature with a new name – Eye Contact Correction And it is working great. The feature is enabled by default in all iOS 14 devices.

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The feature is available only on iPhones and not Mac or iPad. It is available for a few iOS 14 devices like – iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. 

However, if you do not find this feature helpful or want to disable it for any reason, here’s a short guide that will help you do so.

How to Turn off FaceTime Eye Contact Correction on iOS 14?

You might be wondering why such an amazing feature that helps you build a better eye contact should be turned off. Well for some users, FaceTime Eye Contact Correction feature has lead to a more noticeable warping of line across nose and eyes.

Although not as this bothering, this could be an issue for people wearing glasses. So for all those who want to turn off FaceTime Eye Contact Correction in iOS 14, here’s what you have to do –

  • On your iOS 14 running iPhone, go to Settings.
  • Then tap on Facetime.
  • Go to the bottom and turn of the toggle present beside Eye Contact Correction.

That’s all you have to do. You have successfully disabled the FaceTime Eye Contact Correction on iOS 14. If you want to enable this feature, simply follow the same process and in the third step, enable the eye correction feature.

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