The iPhone 6S is one of the few devices out there that can do all kinds of things with your photos.

That includes making them bigger, making them more beautiful, and adding even more to your collection.

The iPhone 6s, however, has a new feature that is going to make your photos look even more like they belong to you.

The new camera features are called thermal imaging cameras, and they let you take pictures that appear as if they were taken by a real-life thermal imaging camera.

But that’s not how they actually work.

First, let’s talk about the thermal imaging.

The camera’s lens and optics are made out of aluminum, which is not a metal.

So when you look through them, the aluminum doesn’t really capture any light.

That means that you can’t actually see what you’re looking at.

Instead, the image is basically like a computerized picture of a light source, but it’s very blurry.

That’s because there are no optical components, and there’s no way to create a digital picture of the camera’s pixels.

In fact, there’s actually no way for you to create images that look like they were captured by thermal imaging sensors.

Thermal imaging is a fancy way of saying that the infrared light that you see is actually coming from your body.

The only way to get a clear image of what’s in your eyes is to turn on a thermal imaging sensor.

But what if you don’t have a thermal image?

In that case, the iPhone’s cameras also have thermal imaging technology.

But the infrared that you’re seeing isn’t coming from the camera.

Instead the infrared is coming from something called a thermal imager.

This infrared light is called the infrared energy of the infrared.

It’s essentially a different kind of light.

It actually bounces off the skin.

And because you’re wearing the iPhone, the infrared reflects off the iPhone itself, so it looks like a photo of the phone.

This is where things get a little bit tricky.

Thermal imager technology works by emitting infrared light at the right wavelengths.

The infrared light bounces off your skin and is absorbed by your skin, creating a photo.

But infrared energy is also a bit of a mystery.

And that’s because the infrared emitted by a thermal emitter is different from what’s emitted by the infrared camera itself.

The way thermal imagers work is that the emitter’s infrared light gets scattered around the camera by the camera itself, and the infrared photons that get absorbed by the sensor get reflected back to the camera as light.

If you want to see the photo on your screen, the camera needs to capture all the photons that are reflected back.

This process is called “phototransmission,” and the more photons that pass through the camera, the clearer the image.

But because thermal imaging devices only use infrared light to capture the photons, the thermal emitters are basically invisible to the human eye.

In other words, you can only see a clear photo if you turn on the thermal imitter.

So how do you turn off thermal imaging?

There are a few different ways.

One is to remove the thermal sensor from your iPhone.

Another is to buy an infrared camera that’s been specially designed to work with infrared.

Another option is to disable the thermal emitters completely.

All of those options work.

But in the end, you’re going to need a thermal detector.

And if you want something that doesn’t require any extra tech to get the job done, there are also infrared thermal cameras that can also work with the iPhone.

These infrared thermal imaging models have a lens that can pick up infrared radiation and use it to turn the image on and off.

The downside is that they don’t capture the same amount of light, so you’ll only see images that are slightly blurry, and you’ll need to adjust your photos accordingly.

The biggest advantage of thermal imaging is that it lets you make even more beautiful photos.

When you take a photo, the temperature of the light you’re taking determines how dark the picture is.

This means that the warmer the image, the darker it will be.

But there’s a tradeoff: The warmer the picture, the less you’ll see colors, and in order to see colors you need to turn down the brightness of the photo.

This all sounds complicated, but the key to all of this is that when you turn the thermal lens on and start taking photos, the photos you see will look exactly the same as they did before.

So you can adjust your images in ways that don’t change how the pictures looked before.

The result is that you’ll never see any differences between the photos that you took before and the ones that you take now.

If you want a way to turn off the thermal camera, there is a third option, called “capture thermal imaging.”

When you turn that feature on, it turns off the infrared emitters.

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