iPhone 11 To Feature Google Pixel Like Night Mode
Apple, one of the most popular smartphone brands in the world is preparing for the launch of its latest handsets to the global audience. The American company is reported to release its newest generation of flagship devices (iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R) in September 2019. Various leaks online have been risen up, showcasing numerous renders, specifications, and features before the launch of the upcoming iPhones. A new report points at the Apple iPhones sporting a Google Pixel like Night Sight camera feature.
According to newly leaked information, the upcoming smartphones will have a dedicated ‘night mode’ camera feature. Night Mode helps the camera capture better pictures in environments that are not optimally illuminated. The leak reports that the feature can be manually toggled by the user but the device will also be able to automatically activate by detecting light density. This report is yet to be confirmed, however, looking at the adoption rate of other companies it is a feature Apple would probably incorporate in its new generation iPhone.
Apple’s latest iPhones have been seen in renders sporting a triple camera module setup, while the iPhone 11R may receive a dual camera sensor at the back. Hence, a camera mode for better low-light photography may not be far off. Google and Huawei have arguably one of the better results with the night mode feature, but the report also claims Apple’s version of the aforementioned feature will outperform the competition.
Apple, with the latest iPhones, is placing more emphasis on the camera hardware and software upgrades. This will be important for the company facing neck-in-neck competition in the smartphone industry. Although the company has lagged behind in the overall global market, Apple is still the most popular smartphone brand in the US. Faster adoption of trending innovation will only widen the company’s foothold within the mobile industry.