Apparently, the only reason to get the new iPhone 11 in September is to fix your poorly composed photos. According to some sources, Apple’s rear camera will come with wide-angle lens and the smart frame feature.
The smart frame feature is supposed to let its users use the standard crop or the perspective of photos and videos that are taken with the regular lenses by collecting details with its new wide-angle camera.
In a more accessible way for us, here’s what this means: if a person is clipped from the photo and not in the frame (entirely), you could just adjust the picture after and save it
The more exciting thing is that the extra information that we get from the wide-angle lens will be discarded for privacy reasons. It will also take less space. It’s kind of the same with how Apple Messages discards voice messages after two minutes.
What are the changes that come with iPhone 11?
The front camera from iPhone 11 is getting an update, too. It will add slow-motion recording at 120 frames per second. What we have now, with the iPhone XS series, is a rear camera that can also record in slow motion, but with 240ps at 720p or 120fps 1080p.
Today’s report also re-affirms the idea that will be three iPhones: the 5.8-inch iPhone 11, 6.5-inch iPhone 11 Max, and ‘cheaper’ 6.1-inch iPhone 11 XR. Besides the square-shaped rear camera, little change is expected over the last-generation iPhones.
Reports from today are talking about three devices: the 5.8 inch iPhone 11, the 6.5 inch iPhone XI Max and the 6.1 inch iPhone 11 XL, which is supposed to be cheaper. Besides the camera upgrade, we’re not going to get much change, not as we know of, so far.
We have all heard of The Taptic Engine, which gives feedback through vibrating motors. It is being refined for the iPhone 11. This is probably happening due to the fact that 3D Touch is going away after they introduce the iOS 13 operating system.
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