After upgrading to iOS 13.2, new Apple smartphones will receive support for Deep Fusion, which increases the quality of photo shooting. This feature will be available for testing in the beta version of iOS 13.2.
Deep Fusion support is only provided on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, while earlier iPhone models do not. This is due to the fact that a new 8-core neural engine is used to process images, which is installed in the A13 processor, available only in newer models of Apple smartphones.
The camera takes several pictures with different settings, and with the help of a system based on machine learning, the neural process analyzes and selects the best frames, and then glues them into one photo in HDR mode. The result is a highly detailed photo with a minimum of digital noise and artifacts, and the image quality will be high even when shooting in low light conditions.
Soon, developers will be able to test Deep Fusion and implement support for this technology in third-party camera applications. With the release of iOS 13.2, it will be available to all users of new iPhone models.