Apple’s iPhone is already the most popular smartphone in the world, but it’s also the most photographed, thanks to its selfie camera.
Now, with the release of its newest iPhone, the iPhone X, Apple is making it even easier to take a selfie.
It has a new camera mode called “Live Photos,” in which the iPhone automatically turns the camera on when it detects a selfie, and automatically turns off when you leave the photo.
When you’re taking a selfie in Live Photos, the camera is focused on your face, and the app will let you know when it’s turned off.
This new feature has been available for some time, and Apple says that it’s just one of many features the new iPhone has to offer.
“We want to give you the best possible selfie experience,” Apple’s director of design, Jason Buiten, told Recode.
The company is also making Live Photos a new feature for iOS, which is due out later this month.
Live Photos can also be used in other apps on the iPhone.
It can be used to take photos in Safari, which has been a long-standing support option for Live Photos.
“The new iOS is built on the foundation of Apple’s Live Photos API, allowing you to take even more great photos from within Safari,” said a Apple spokesperson.
“Whether you are in Safari or your own photos, you can take a great photo and then use the Live Photos app to share it with friends and family.
We’ve added a few additional photo editing options as well.”
Apple is also bringing the Live Photo feature to its camera app on iOS, with new Live Photos coming in the next iOS update.
The iOS camera app already has Live Photos for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The new iPhone feature will be rolling out to all users on November 17, 2018.
In the meantime, users can already take a bunch of selfies in the app.
The iPhone is available now for preorder at $649.99.