Apple is offering the much sought after night mode feature on iPhone 11. Android smartphones like Google Pixel and OnePlus 7 Pro already offer night mode. Apple has already demoed the night mode during its launch events and now we have a couple of real-time pictures that show the prowess of night mode.
Coco Rocha, a model put up a comparison of a night time photo captured on iPhone X as opposed to the one captured on iPhone 11 Pro Max. The difference between both the images is mind-boggling, the one captured on iPhone 11 Pro Max is a well lit night time picture with no grains/noise. In other words, the real-time picture looks as flawless as the one Apple demoed during the event.
Apple uses intelligent software and A13 Bionic to offer low-light shots. The best part is that it happens automatically and will not need any efforts from your end. However, if needed you can use manual controls and change the advanced details.
iPhone 11 Pro Max comes fitted with triple 12MP camera setup f/1.8, f/2.0, and f/2.4 aperture, OIS for Primary and Telephoto sensor, 100% Focus Pixels for the primary camera, Improved Smart HDR, Portrait mode with advanced bokeh and Depth control, Brighter True Tone Flash. The triple-camera system on the iPhone 11 Pro Max is a major revamp of the iPhone’s camera system. Apple has not just updated the hardware but the software as well to deliver an improved imaging experience, especially in low-light scenarios.
Furthermore, the new camera unit offers improved focusing speeds, dynamic range while the telephoto sensor with wider f/2.0 aperture will help capture low light photos. Are you impressed by iPhone 11 Pro Max night mode? Let us know in comments below.