According to the Verge, a future iOS 13 developer beta will add Apple’s new Deep Fusion photography system. Deep Fusion is the latest camera handling system for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro launched by Apple last month. Update: iOS 13.2 beta 1 by Daring Fireball tomorrow.]
Deep Fusion was charged as a function for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, although it was not accessible when the phones were introduced last month. Apple says that for “medium-to-low light images” Deep Fusion processing will be most essential.
However, what differentiate Deep Fusion from Night mode is that the user is totally invisible to Deep Fusion. That means that when it runs in the background you won’t be able to say, but you should notice significantly better quality of the image. Apple said it was part of its plan for the Verge.
After taking an image, you will see a “proxy image” when you first go to your Camera Roll, while Deep Fusion runs in the background. This process should only take a second longer than Smart HDR. However, it means that Deep Fusion is not going to operate in burst mode.
When it was first launched last month, Phil Schiller defined Deep Fusion as “computational photography mad science.” At that moment, Apple said only that this drop would come sometime later. While the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro cameras ‘ early outcomes are remarkable, Deep Fusion has the ability to put things up to the next level.
The Verge has Apple’s courtesy of a few sample Deep Fusion images:
While the Deep Fusion beta of iOS 13 is not yet available, it should be accessible soon – probably in the form of iOS 13.2.