Apple Promotes Portraits, Landscapes, and Other Photos Captured With the iPhone XR

Now that the iPhone XR has been out there in the wild for a bit of time, and owners have been able to take the single rear camera for a spin, Apple is ready to promote some of those photographers’ results.

On Thursday, Apple promoted the iPhone XR’s camera capabilities in a public post, sharing social media posts of photographs taken with the smartphone. We can see plenty of landscapes and portraits, but also some shots of buildings, lots of bubbles, more portraits, and more. Here’s Apple’s opening statement on the power of the iPhone XR’s camera:

“Photographers around the world are capturing stunning images with iPhone XR, the newest member of the iPhone family. iPhone XR features an Apple-designed, state-of-the-art camera system that enables Portrait mode from a single lens, offering a sophisticated bokeh effect. Portraits look great on the wide-angle lens, even in lower lighting conditions.”

So, let’s get out of the way and let the photos speak for themselves, shall we?

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There are others in Apple’s post, so you can check them out through the source link below.

Apple has done the same thing with the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, but that was back when those phones launched earlier this year. In those cases, Apple initially shared its now standard “Shot on iPhone” campaign, and then doubled down and showcased portrait mode and depth effects in photos taken with the high-end flagship smartphones.

If you picked up an iPhone XR, how are you liking the camera so far?

[via Apple]