Where is the front facing camera on the iPhone 6

Hardware & Accessories

I would like to know where is the front facing camera on the iPhone 6 and how to properly face it because every time I take a picture or record a video voiceover always says slightly blurry, very blurry etc.
All suggestions are welcome.



Submitted by Patrick Smyth on Sunday, August 23, 2020

I have some sight and have noticed that it often says blurry even though the picture is fine. The blurriness often has to do with motion, make sure the phone is stable in one position for a second or two before taking the picture. Something that can help is to use focus lock, if you touch the center of the camera app it will tell you whether focus lock is on or off. If you're taking a picture of a fixed object, hold the camera steady for two seconds, then Voceover double tap while the center of the camera app is selected. That will focus the camera and then lock the focus.

If the issue really is front vs. back, the front-facing camera is the one facing you, the user. It should really be called user-facing camera or something. The back facing camera points toward the world. Another way of thinking about it is that the front of the phone is the screen, and the back is, well, the other side. The actual front-facing camera is on the top of the phone kind of above the screen and in the middle. You won't be able to feel it.