iPhone users who have been testing the latest beta of iOS 13 have discovered a strange new feature. It’s called “FaceTime Attention Correction” and it uses automatic image manipulation to “fix” your gaze while video chatting.
The feature does exactly what it sounds like. Even though you’re looking at the screen, not the front-facing camera, the person on the other end of the video chat sees you making direct eye-contact. It’s a little bizarre, as Will Sigmun, co-host of The Dish Podcast, demonstrated on Twitter:
Guys – “FaceTime Attention Correction” in iOS 13 beta 3 is wild.
— Will Sigmon (@WSig) July 2, 2019
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