Despite having already done the review of the iPhone 11 and be close to seeing the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, we have been left with the desire to try some of the most interesting new features of the camera as the new Deep Fusion system. This is a automatic learning feature added to the new Apple devices that will considerably improve our photos. After not having seen it as a standard feature, we already know when it will arrive or rather with which version of iOS it will arrive.
Seeing competitors like the Huawei P30 Pro or the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10 range left us Apple fans eager to see improvements in iPhone cameras. It’s not that the ‘XS’ models had bad sensors, nothing could be further from the truth, but in the end it had certain shortcomings such as a wider angle or a native night mode. In the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max released last September we finally saw some of these improvements.
This is how the photos of iPhone 11 and 11 Pro with Deep Fusion look
In the keynote presenting the new devices, Apple talked about the new possibilities that the A13 chip’s ability to integrate Deep Fusion mode would give us . This is a system that, as we indicated at the beginning of this post, will make our pictures better thanks to a sophisticated automatic learning method.
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But, how does Deep Fusion work and how will we notice it? Well, especially in those photographs that we take in situations with medium or low luminosity. As explained by The Verge, when you press the button to capture a photo on our iPhone you will be taking nine snapshots that will be merged via software in order to obtain one of much better quality. You can read more about it by clicking here.
This process was described by Apple and numerous experts as a true work of engineering of computer photography . It is not for less and is that although the user will not be aware of when the processes are running, you can enjoy a final result that will surely place the photographs of the iPhone 11 as one of the best that can be taken today with a smartphone.
It will be in the next iOS 13 betas when we can finally start testing this functionality. As we are now in version 13.1.2, it is hoped that it will be the beta of iOS 13.2 that will incorporate it and, if it is already polished, be released with the final version for all users. It is possible that over the next week and even before the end of this one we could already see that beta. In any case we will show you all the details when it is possible.
And you, what do you think about the Deep Fusion system? Do you feel like trying it? You can leave your impressions in the comment box.