Sometimes the Portrait Mode on iPhone 7
Plus might not turn out well as you have thought. It applies some blurry effect
to the unnecessary part. But no worries! You can convert that Depth Effect
Photo to the normal photo in iOS 11.

You can convert that Depth Effect Photo to the normal photo in iOS 11. Here is How it is done...

iOS 11 which will be released later this
year has some serious features to offer. Among that is the ability to disable
the already captured Depth Effect photos in Portrait Mode. You can easily edit
and enable or disable the Depth Effect that were taken in Portrait Mode.
Portrait Mode is an exclusive feature on iPhone 7 Plus that creates a blurry
effects to the background giving it a virtual depth of field also known as
Depth Effect.
Previously in iOS 10, you were able to save
either the Depth Effect photo only or save both normal and Depth Effect photos
which would take a lot of space on your iPhone. But with the help of iOS 11 new
API and HEIC encoded image format, you will be able to take only one photo and
later enable or disable the Depth Effect on your photos.
Here is How to Disable Blur Effect on a
Portrait Mode Photo in iOS 11


Step 1: Launch Photos and find an image
with Depth Effect
Step 2: Tap the Edit Button
Step 3: At the top of your screen, you
will see a Depth Effect Button in Yellowish Color. (This means the Depth Effect
is enabled on that Photo)
Step 4: Tap the Depth Effect button and
it will then convert the Depth Effect image to the Normal Photo
If you wish to re-enable the Depth
Effect on a photo, simply tap the Depth Effect again.

This is a must have feature for iOS users. You no longer have to save two photo
and it saves a lot of space on your iPhone 7 Plus.
iOS 11 will be released later this year
but the beta version is already out for public. It is not stable and has lots
of bug at this time. But you can install iOS 11 beta to try out all its
features. You can always downgrade to previous version if you wish to.
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