The new iPhone XS significantly improves images thanks to the automatic HDRS run by the A12 Bionic processor. To demonstrate this, photographer Austin Mann has taken a series of photographs that demonstrate this potential.
Through a trip to Zanzibar , we can see how the details are much sharper, besides the shadow balance, where the noise of the images is practically non-existent.
He is not the only photographer who wanted to share the first real images captured by Apple’s new iPhone XS, the former White House photographer also wanted to show his photographs taken with the same terminal.
As we can see in this image of a turtle, the details are really extraordinary. Each imperfection can be appreciated with a depth effect that brings the main object to the fore.
This other image, which may seem easier to capture, shows several shades with a surprising realism, without saturating the colours and equally, showing in great detail the imperfections of the door.
Although the images are really spectacular, there are those who believe that Apple could still improve the fine-tuning of the captures made with the new iPhone XS. Specifically on the edges of the objects when we take a picture, as these are somewhat blurred.
We do not take away reason, for a less demanding user, probably does not offer much importance to that series of details. You have to look hard at the pictures to find some software improvements, where the bokeh effect is more and more perfected.
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Fortunately, there are only a few days left to make comparisons with the new iPhone XS , which will be released on September 21 . We have already reserved ours, so we will soon give you our impressions, both here and on our YouTube channel.
What did you think of these images? Do you think Apple could improve them?