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How to use Portrait Mode on an older iPhone

How to use Portrait Mode on an older iPhone

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Even if you have an iPhone that's a bit of a #throwback, you can still use Portrait Mode. Here's how! It's no surprise that blur and bokeh effect apps have been available for practically as long as the iPhone has been in existence, but when Apple launched the iPhone 7 Plus with Portrait Mode first in 2016 – which creates a faux depth-of-field so your photos look more like DSLR quality – and then came out with the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X a year later, developers have focused more on, well, focusing. It wasn't just the back camera, too: with the introduction of the iPhone X, users were soon able to snap portrait mode self-portraits, changing the selfie game forever. Now that the Portrait Mode phenomena has had a few years to bubble and blossom, it's time to take a peek at how someone who might not actually have access to all of these phenomenal features could still get in on the fun. Here's how to use Portrait Mode on an older iPhone! Best apps for shooting Portra...