And there's more to come later this year with Deep Fusion.
Geskin previously offered some renders of the iPhone 12, but in his latest images, the notch has completely disappeared and the rear camera housing is the same as the iPhone 11 Pro models, rather than flat as his previous renders suggested.
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In a new video, Nelson has put Apple's latest iPhone 11 to the test - prices for the most affordable of the new iPhone 11 series start at RM3,399 - and the results may surprise some. When you hit the button, the camera adds another three normally-exposed shots, and one longer exposure which pulls in light and color. It combines all of the images and produces the best image possible.
Your iPhone brings all of these photos together into what Apple calls a "synthetic log". Only two frames will be combined in Deep Fusion mode.
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They will also speak with Grace Machel, the widow of the late President Nelson Mandela, before the tour finishes on October 2. Recently, there have many reports of females getting killed in the country that have also fueled numerous national protests.
The beauty of Deep Fusion is that it works in the background, but doesn't require the user to fiddle with settings, or take their attention away from framing the shot. You don't even get an indicator in the Camera app to tell you it's working its magic.
The Deep Fusion process goes a little something like this.
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Apple may only have just launched the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models, but rumours surrounding the 2020 models have already been doing the rounds for the last couple of months. As you can see in Apple's sample images here, things like skin, hair, clothing, and more look better than ever. Apple is yet to confirm when the feature will be available to everyone, but beta testers can start trying it out today.