Apple has started a new iPhone photo competition, this time focusing on photos taken using the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. In particular, Apple is looking for photos that were taken in Night Mode.
Murmansk doesn't see any sun from December into January, which makes it the perfect place to test the iPhone 11 Pro and Night Mode. So that's exactly what photographer Amos Chapple did. And the results are pretty mind blowing.
A new side-by-side comparison between iPhone 11 Night Mode Vs Pixel 4 Night Sight sees the former beat Google's phone. Here are the details.
Here's how to add night mode feature to iPhone 11, Pro, Pro Max ultra-wide and selfie camera lens as Apple's stock iOS Camera app doesn't bring this feature to the aforementioned lenses.
Here's how to use the new Night Mode while taking photos on your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max.
With only limited time available during Apple’s WWDC opening keynote, the company wasn’t able to share all of the great new features that are part of iOS 13 and other updates. One of the features that will arrive and is now starting to get attention is support for simultaneously capturing video, audio, and photos from multiple cameras and microphones on a device.
Keen to see which smartphone camera was the best, YouTuber MKBHD took 16 smartphones from the last couple of years and set about a blind camera test. The results didn’t turn up as expected.
Google is doing what Apple can't, or won't, by adding the ability to edit the depth of field, or blur effect, of Portrait shots to the iPhone 7, iPhone 8, and iPhone X in an update to its Google Photos app.
It has perhaps taken a little longer than we might have expected, but DxOMark has released its score for the iPhone XS Max camera, with it scoring particularly highly with a result of 105.
A filmmaker who has been testing the iPhone XS in low-light situations has said that the results have been so impressive, it may be best to just let the stock Camera app take care of things rather than use a pro app like FiLMiC Pro to tweak the video.