Apple is about to make your selfie obsessed friends even more unbearable
No one phone should have all that power
by Jenn Ficarra
Today marks another day in the world of Apple, where they announce all of the new gadgets and gizmos you won't be able to afford, but will be forced to segue into as they make their old shit entirely obsolete.
This time, on top of all the new features you probably wouldn't know how to access anyway, they announced something genuinely game-changing — and we're not talking about headphones that don't work in normal portals.
Welcome to the future, with portrait mode and lighting
You can now have Instagram worthy focus and finish on all of your selfies.
The feature uses an algorithm to analyze the images taken with the camera in real-time, allowing you to adjust lighting effects in preview, or after you’ve taken the photo.
— Complex (@Complex) September 12, 2017
As if we all weren't annoying enough with our selfies, now we'll actually look good in them.
IPHONE X HAS PORTRAIT MODE ON THE FRONT CAMERA??? SOLD. THATS ALL I NEEDED. TAKE MY MONEY
— katrina (@treeeenz) September 12, 2017
Every IG model is gonna be livin' right now with the new selfie portrait mode. pic.twitter.com/Rve9Pk6bHv
— saba 🦄 (@SabaSedighi) September 12, 2017
But there's one catch — portrait mode is only available on the iPhone X, not the iPhone 8.
Sorry but you're going to have to decide — better selfies or rose gold phone? It's a modern day Sophie's Choice.
Choose wisely and may the selfie gods be ever in your favor.
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