The Verge is reporting that Apple has revealed a new way to get shots of your boss in front of your computer screen: through headshots.
According to The Verge, the new tool was revealed at the company’s new “Spring Forward” event in San Francisco, where the company announced a new series of new digital portrait tools.
These tools will be available to developers in the coming weeks, and the new feature will allow users to record themselves in front a desk, chair, desk lamp, coffee table, or anything else they can think of.
Users will be able to take photos using Apple’s new software, which includes a new “selfie” camera that captures a self-portrait and the ability to record video.
The new features will be enabled by a simple toggle on the iPhone’s camera, which will allow the camera to automatically capture a self portrait.
This is a much more efficient way of capturing a selfie than you’d be able of using a traditional camera, as you can’t see the details of your face in the captured image.
The new features, which Apple says are “a step forward for photographers who want to capture their work in the moment,” will not only help people get a better idea of how their shots look in the real world, but also provide users with a “cool way to capture our office culture.”
Users can choose to capture the image in a selfie app, or use the new photo-capture feature in the iPhone Camera app.
While the photo capture feature is available to everyone in the new app, it can only be used for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus users.
Users can also set up the new “smart selfie” feature to automatically upload their own headshot.
The feature is supposed to allow users “to capture their own face with the iPhone camera in the exact same way that they capture selfies on their mobile devices,” according to Apple.
Apple’s “selfies” will also include a new feature that will let users choose the colors of their selfies.
Apple says that “customizing” a selfie can include adding a background or highlighting areas of the face.
This feature, which can be turned on or off in the Settings app, will allow you to choose the color of your own headshots to match that of your coworkers.
The photo-recording feature will also be available in a new version of the Apple Camera app, called “iPhone 6s & 6 Plus Smart Selfies,” which Apple announced during the event.
The iOS app is also said to support the new iPhone 6 Smart Selfie feature, allowing users to upload their selfies to Apple’s website, or share them to Instagram or Facebook.
This new feature is expected to be available starting in the second half of this year.