Selfie Overload: The iPhone 6 'Burst Mode' Can Take Up To 10 Photos Per Second
Once more, Apple has anticipated the needs of Millenials and teenagers alike.
The newly-introduced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones include, among a plethora of new features, one of the first cameras to be redesigned with selfies in mind.
The phone includes a tool called "burst" mode, which means that the camera shoots 10 photos in a row with only one button push. For selfies, burst mode is the difference between a genuine laugh and that gross, one-eye-shut face we all make from time to time.
With the extra mode, users can move between the versions of the photo to choose the one that's best.
In addition to burst photography, the new iSight camera also has improved facial recognition software that works to capture eyes and smiles at their best.
That's a selfie we can all get behind.
#Selfie lovers rejoice! Now you can take burst selfies with the new iPhone 6 camera. #AppleLivepic.twitter.com/7iOzwgQOG1 — Elite Daily (@EliteDaily) September 9, 2014
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