The first addition is that you can now turn your iPhone to landscape mode to capture a wider shot, which is great for group selfies. The second is a new option that lets you take slow motion videos at 120 frames per second.
To market the latter feature exclusive to its 2019 iPhones, Apple invented a new word for it, combining slo-mo (the name long used for the 120fps function on the rear-facing camera) and selfie to form the word "Slofie."
Don't worry, though – "Slofie" isn't used to describe the feature in the iPhone 11's redesigned Camera app, where it's still referred to using the more sober term "Slo-mo." Follow the steps below to create your first Slofie.
- Launch the Camera app on your iPhone.
- Tap the perspective flip button below the viewfinder to activate the front-facing camera.
- Swipe rightwards along the shooting mode options directly below the viewfinder until Slo-mo is highlighted in yellow.
- Take your slo-mo recording by tapping the red shutter button, then tap again to end it.