Since its launch, the iPhone 11 has been widely sold in India.
Deep Fusion uses machine learning to capture more data within an image. This series consists of the iPhone 11 which is priced at Rs. 64,900, while the higher iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max is priced at Rs. 99,900 and Rs. 1,09,900 respectively. Note the ultra-wide-angle camera will not have Deep Fusion support. It combines all of the images and produces the best image possible.
Before you've even hit the shutter button in the camera app, three frames have already been captured at a fast shutter speed.
Deep Fusion then picks a short exposure image with the most detail and merges it with the long exposure image. If you're shooting a scenario that isn't so dark that it necessitates Night Mode, but not so bright that the phone could get by with Smart HDR alone, Deep Fusion will automatically kick in, working its "computational photography mad science" below the surface, as Apple's Phil Schiller put it last month.
Deep Fusion will add about a second or so to shooting time, though you won't be kept staring at a photo as it processes - again, all that happens in the background, so you can move right along to the next photo op.
What you will notice is the most detailed photos you've ever shot on a smartphone.
Local reports from India indicate that people queued up last week when the new iPhone 11 models went on sale for the first time at Apple-authorized dealer stores.
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We look forward to testing out the feature and see how it stacks up.