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How to make 3D photos on Facebook

Facebook has recently launched a new feature, which is slowly becoming available to any iPhone that supports dual-lens cameras. Those iPhones include iPhone 7 Plus, 8 Plus, X and XS.

This is how you post a 3D photo on your news feed:
  1. Take a photo with your iPhone in Portrait Mode. This is needed so that the feature can use the depth information on the photo to make the 3D effect.
  2. Now go to Facebook and make a new post. 
  3. Click on Add to your post to reveal a list of things you can post.
  4. Select 3D Photo.
  5. Now from the Portrait folder of your Photos, select the photo you want as 3D and post it on your news feed.
If you don't see the 3D Photo option yet trying to create a new post, then:
  1. Go to this page:
  2. Press the Like button to Like this page. 
  3. Force close the Facebook app by swiping up and pausing from the bottom to see all your apps, and swipe up to close the Facebook app.
  4. Open Facebook again. Now you will be able to use the feature.

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