Apple Uses Augmented Reality To Fix Your Eyes During FaceTime in iOS 13!
Apple has added a new feature as part of iOS 13 called FaceTime Attention Correction. It corrects your eyesight using augmented reality so that when you are looking right at the screen — at the person you are talking to — your eyes appear to be looking right at them instead of below the screen. Here is how it works.
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