Until Siri learns to take pictures with your iPhone on your behalf, snapping up that perfect group shot remains a messy affair involving camera apps that incorporate the timer feature (such as Camera+​), which never yields the desired results. Accessory maker Belkin has taken it upon themselves to address this issue, designing an iPhone accessory that enables you to remotely release your handset’s camera shutter.

It will work with their free LiveAction app and over Bluetooth, you just press the red button on the remote controller trigger to capture a photo or video. In addition, the accessory will sport a detachable stand for propping your phone up on a variety of surfaces, reports Engadget, which spotted an FCC filing for the device.

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