During its launch of the iPhone 11 series, Apple talked about Deep Fusion technology. And with the release of iOS 13.2, users can now explore this new technology to make their camera experience unforgettable. This Deep Fusion technology will work in iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, and iPhone 11.
According to Apple, it is a “computational photography mad science” for iPhone 11 series. However, for common users, Deep Fusion is something that can elevate and enhance their iPhone photography experience. Deep Fusion is “an advanced image processing system that uses the A13 Bionic Neural Engine to capture images with dramatically better texture, detail, and reduced noise in lower light…”
Those who are the proud owners of the iPhone 11 series devices would like to know more about how they can use Deep Fusion on their iPhones and how the new technology works.
How to Use Deep Fusion on iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, and iPhone 11
Deep Fusion will work without your notice. For example, you cannot see any option on the Camera app when you launch it on your device. Like slo-mo, portrait, or time-lapse. Deep Fusion does not have a place above the camera shutter in the app. Hence, it silently works in the background and just shows the results to keen eyes.
Before you go ahead, you need to disable Photos Captured Outside the Frame in the Camera app.
Step #1. Update your iPhone to the latest iOS 13.2; it goes without saying now that you must own one of the newest iPhone 11 series devices.
Step #2. Next, launch the Settings app on your iPhone 11.
Step #3. Scroll down and tap on the Camera.
Step #4. Here, you need to turn off Photos Captured Outside the Frame.
You can use this feature on your iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 by following some easy steps below.
Note: You should be using a wide-angle or telephoto lens on your iPhone. And now, Deep Fusion has started working on your device. Note that the feature does not work with burst photos.
How Does Deep Fusion Work?
Many users wonder how this Deep Fusion technology works on their iPhones? During the event, Phil Schiller, Vice President, Apple has explained this in detail during the event:
“So what is it doing? How do we get an image like this? Are you ready for this? This is what it does. It shoots nine images before you press the shutter button it’s already shot four short images, four secondary images. When you press the shutter button it takes one long exposure, and then in just one second, the Neural Engine analyzes the fused combination of long and short images picking the best among them, selecting all the pixels, and pixel by pixel, going through 24 million pixels to optimize for detail and low noise, like you see in the sweater there. It’s amazing this is the first time a Neural Processor is responsible for generating the output image. It is computational photography mad science.”
That’s all, friends!
Ready to Use Deep Fusion?
Deep Fusion uses the A13 Bionic neural engine to click the best photos with fantastic texture and details, even in low light conditions. When you turn on Deep Fusion, it will use Smart HDR for medium and lower light environments.
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