How to Enable a Front-Facing Camera Flash (iOS)

Have you ever wanted to take a selfie, been in low or no light, and the camera couldn't see anything? This simple trick will solve that problem. iOS

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How to Enable a Front-Facing Camera Flash (iOS)
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NOTE: If you already have Invert Colors enabled, you can skip the next step. You're ahead of the game!

NOTE: If you already have Invert Colors enabled, you can skip the next step. You're ahead of the game!

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Go to Settings > General > Accesebility > Accesebility Shortcut (at the very bottom) > Invert Colors.

Go to Settings > General > Accesebility > Accesebility Shortcut (at the very bottom) > Invert Colors.

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3
Drag your Brightness all the way up.

Drag your Brightness all the way up.

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Now back into Camera. Click the Home button 3 times and it will look like the next picture...

Now back into Camera. Click the Home button 3 times and it will look like the next picture...

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It looks weird but that's fine.

It looks weird but that's fine.

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Take the picture and triple-click the Home button again. A little grainy, but much better.

Take the picture and triple-click the Home button again. A little grainy, but much better.

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Much brighter! This is the same sort of method that Snapchat uses, a bright white screen serving as the flash.

Much brighter! This is the same sort of method that Snapchat uses, a bright white screen serving as the flash.

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Any iOS Device 
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