How to Turn Off Facebook Automatic Photo Enhance Feature on iPhone

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Recently uploaded a photo to your Facebook account from an iPhone and found it automatically enhanced? Meet Facebook’s new automatic Photo Enhance feature for iPhone Facebook app, which automatically enhances all your uploaded photos to Facebook . The latest feature was rolled to only iPhone users for now, but you could expect it to reach Android users soon. Now, if you want to disable this automatic enhancement feature then follow below steps to turn off Facebook automatic photo enhancement feature on iPhone.

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How to Turn Off Facebook Automatic Photo Enhance Feature on iPhone

Step 1: Unlock your iPhone and launch / open Facebook app on your iPhone.

Step 2: Once launched, from the lower right corner tap on “More” button (Three horizontal bars).

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Step 3: Tap on Settings button from the options.

Step 4: Next, under Settings, tap on “Videos and Photos”.

Step 5: Under videos and photos settings, you should see photo settings.

Step 6: Simply slide the Enhance Automatically button to turn off photo enhancement feature.

That’s it. Now that you have successfully disabled Facebook automatic photo enhancement feature, your next photo will not be automatically enhanced by the Facebook app on your iPhone.

Google has also announced similar kind of feature for its social networking platform Google + few month back, which was indeed got good response from the Google Plus users, unlike iPhone users who are not seems to be very comfortable with the latest automatic enhancement feature  from Facebook. If you want to add any filtering to your Facebook uploads then you can do it on your Facebook app for iPhone, which allows you to manually select and add filters before uploading.  

Even the short tweeting bird twitter has joined this new trend of adding filters to their social networking sites. Twitter also allows you add few filters to your photos before tweeting them.

What’s your Pick? Did you find the latest automatic photo enhancement feature by Facebook useful? Do let us know in the comments below.

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