Meanwhile, the new Pixels will once again feature a 12.2MP primary camera, although this time the aperture is a little wider at f/1.6.
How does Deep Fusion work?
Apple vice president of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller started by stating it uses "the neural engine of the A13 Bionic to create a whole brand new kind of image processing system". When the shutter is clicked, a long-exposure image is taken to capture details. It then automatically looks through these shots and selects the best combinations and composites them for the sake of sharpness. Apple just announced the first iPhone with a Pro name.
Deep Fusion is not visible; there's no indicator in the camera app, photo roll, or even in the EXIF data. The tele lens uses it, too, but the ultrawide lens does not support it.
It does this by cleverly combining multiple images, shot at different exposures, for the best possible results.
As for how well it works in the real world, we'll have to wait and see.
Apple's Deep Fusion samples are spectacular.
AppleWhich devices have Deep Fusion? Compared to the top-end iPhone 11 Pro Max, which is priced at up to RM6,899 for the 512GB variant, the glass on the iPhone 11 scratches at the same level on Mohs scale as its more expensive sibling.
Deep Fusion doesn't work for burst photos, and it requires the new A13 Bionic chip, so you can only enjoy it on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. Bookmark this page and we'll let you know the moment it becomes available.