In September, during the launch of the iPhone 11, Apple announced that it would soon deliver Deep Fusion, a new feature that would increase the camera's excellent phone performance. The feature is now rolling out to everyone with the latest iOS 13.2 update.
If you have not yet updated your phone, you must go to Settings> General> Software Update to download and install the latest version.
According to the iPhone maker, the new feature enhances detail and reduces picture noise thanks to "crazy science computer photography." the image; just like SmartHDR, but smarter.
You don't have to do anything fantastic to use Deep Fusion. Just go to the camera app and start taking pictures. The feature is activated automatically and you do not need to press any buttons to turn it on.
But what if you want to see the difference between a non-Deep Fusion and Deep Fusion photo? Go to Settings> Camera and turn on the switch Pictures taken outside the frame . Apple says Deep Fusion does not work in this mode. I would like to see how the camera app acquires a toggle button for this in its main interface.
That said, you may get better results in some circumstances. We tested Deep Fusion using the beta of iOS 13.2 developer earlier this month and were pretty impressed with the details in these test shots. We will be sure to take photos of more blankets and sweaters with stable release to see if the feature really makes a world of difference to iPhone 11. Take a look at Plugged for more.
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Posted October 29, 2019 – 05:57 UTC