Over the years, the new iPhones have maintained their functionality by offering very little change from one generation to the next . Saving the distances, an iPhone 11 is handled the same as an iPhone 4S from 2012 but there is an element where the evolution has been more than significant: the cameras.
It is at that point where, year after year, Apple tries to convince us to change our device, either because two cameras , three or a technology such as this Deep Fusion that adorn the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro that they put on on sale last September 20.
Only on new smartphones
Deep Fusion has become the word that defines the difference between the cameras of current devices with those of previous generations since, unfortunately, it cannot be launched on other phones than an iPhone 11 . Who is guilty? Well, the processor, that A13 Bionic that they install.
The fact is that thanks to the presence of this technology, Apple has managed to make an important leap in the, already excellent cameras that carry their terminals. With Deep Fusion, much more real and defined images are achieved thanks to the application of the principles of so-called computational photography.
In short, what Deep Fusion does is capture up to nine photos (four with one lens and four with another) before we even shoot to take a snapshot. Each of these images is taken with different exposures and light conditions and the best parts are subsequently used to process them with the Neural Engine and thus obtain the final photo. This Deep Fusion technology can only be used with the normal and tele lenses of the new iPhone 11 and 11 Pro , so the ultra wide angle is out of its domain.
Resorting to these image processing systems is not new because, for many years, Apple was convinced that the quality of the photos did not reside so much in the megapixels of the sensor as in the software that obtains them. And that artificial intelligence that is underneath is what allows you to obtain results like the ones you have in the images that accompany this information: you can perceive an obvious improvement in the definition and detail of the photos, in a color much more faithful to the image. reality and textures that, in the previous generation of iPhone, get lost.