How to Get Night Mode on iPhone Xs Max, XR, X, and iPhone 8

Feeling jealous of not being able to capture perfect night mode pictures just like the latest iPhone 11 series smartphones do? Well, you can do it as well. Just follow this guide on how to get night mode on your iPhone Xs Max, XR, XS, X or iPhone 8!

Just in case, if you’re planning to upgrade to the latest iPhone 11 series smartphone for getting a night mode, you might have to re-think again. Because you don’t have the night mode on your iPhone Xs Max, XS, XR, X or even iPhone 8, it doesn’t mean you cannot get it. In fact, you don’t need to change your iPhone to do that, a simple app can do wonders to your older iPhone!

Yes, you got that right! You can now get night mode on your iPhone Xs Max, XR, XS, X and even the older iPhone 8 too. There’s no denying the fact that iPhone 11 series’ camera is by far the best Apple has produced. The night mode in those camera lenses even surpasses many other flagship devices, sometimes even Google Pixel which is known as a pioneer in night sight mode. But seems like the app developers are leaving no stone unturned to make iPhone camera the best!

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Get iPhone 11’s Night Mode on iPhone Xs Max, XR, X, and iPhone 8

If you want to capture the images in the dark with perfection, your iPhone surely needs a night mode to get captivating results. And here’s how you can do it just with a simple app.

Note: This app doesn’t add any feature to the stock camera, instead, you need to capture images within the app to get the best out of its night mode.

Step #1. First off, download the NeuralCam app from the App Store ($4.99) on your iPhone.

Step #2. Launch the NeuralCam app on your iPhone once it’s installed.

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Launch NeuralCam App on your iPhoneStep #3. Now, pick an object which is in the dark. Point out the object that you want to capture and tap on the shutter button. Ensure that you hold the same position until the image capturing completes the circle to the fullest.

Tap on Shutter in NeuralCam App to Get Night Mode on iPhoneStep #4. Once it is circled completely, you can now view the photo captured in the app itself.

Night Mode on iPhone XS, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8This process is for the main camera but you can also switch to the selfie camera to capture your low-light selfies using the same app. It works completely on machine learning keeping all the blurry and shaky pictures out of the box and delivering only the best!

You can compare the same by capturing the same object from your Apple stock camera app and you’ll notice a huge difference in the results of the NeuralCam app and your stock camera app. This app can take some time to process the photo depending on the iPhone model you’re using.

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NeuralCam App’s Resolution for Older iPhones

Of course, this is a paid app, but many users suggest that this is the best app for iPhone users jut like Gcam is for Android users. The older your iPhone is, the resolution drops significantly. If you’re wondering what resolution would you get on your iPhone, here’s a complete list!

Notably, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS have the highest resolution photos when captured with this app as you would expect. Take note that, this app doesn’t work with iPhone 5s as it doesn’t have a 12 MP camera which is a minimum requirement to run NeuralCam app on the iPhone.

Summing Up…

So did you try capturing photos with NeuralCam app? If not, try it now and do share your comparison photos in the comment section below. If you ask me, I would say, this is one of the best iPhone photography apps I have used ever! I would highly recommend you this app right away if you’re using an older iPhone.

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Suraj Padmasalihttps://www.igeeksblog.com/
Suraj is a digital marketing expert on the iGB's team. He contributes to the social media section along with tips and tricks for iPhone, Apple Watch. Apart from blogging, he likes to work out as much as he can in his gym and love to listening to retro music.
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