Apple has released the iOS 12.1.1 update for iPhone users, this is the third update of iOS 12. The latest software update includes improvements to FaceTime, initial eSIM support, and new emoji, Haptic Touch on iPhone XR, and more.
The iPhone and iPad, and installing it will make it easier for those using FaceTime to switch from the back camera to the front camera. Before the update today, users would have to open a hidden menu (blocking out the screen), tap on the camera switch icon, and close the menu. Consider that on iOS 11, flipping the camera on FaceTime required a single tap. Taking a Live Photo on a FaceTime call requires the person you’re video chatting with to have the “FaceTime Live Photos” setting toggled on, which can be accessed by going to Settings > FaceTime > FaceTime Live Photos. If this setting is disabled, people you chat with won’t be able to take a Live Photo during the call.