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How to Use AVCapturePhotoOutput's Best Photo Features
It doesn't matter if the main focus of your app is to capture an amazing landscape, or just an innocent selfie. What is important to developers is to let users make the most out of the camera and do it painlessly. To that end, Apple has done a remarkable work presenting
AVCapturePhotoOutput in iOS 10. In this article I will show how to implement some of its features. The full project can be downloaded from GitHub.
Surely, iOS apps were able to use the camera before. However, the framework has new features and improved the existing ones.