Announced since launch iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro si iPhone 11 Pro Max, the new feature Deep Fusion is finally available on new Apple devices. These days, Apple has released the final version for the public iOS 13.2, version that brings this feature.
What new Deep Fusion technology brings to the Camera app on iPhone
First, Deep Fusion it is only available on new processor devices A13 Bionic Neural Engine. The new technology makes a careful analysis of the images captured with several exposures, and finally they are merged into a single photo in which all the captured elements are captured in detail, pixel-by-pixel. This results in much clearer, low noise (even pixelated) photos even in low and very low light.
On the whole meaning, a picture is made in which the focus of detail is on the whole surface of the image, even if the objects are at different distances.
With iOS 13,2, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max users can change the video recording resolution directly from the Camera app.
We do not know exactly why Apple has not introduced this feature on all iPhone models compatible with iOS 13.2. If Deep Fusion is available on the new generation of iPhone thanks to the new A13 Bionic chip, the option to change the video resolution in the Camera application, would be strictly software. Apple probably wants to maintain the new models with as many features in addition to the previous ones.
Apple Introduces New Deep Fusion Technology for Camera on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max