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The first example of night shooting on the iPhone 11 Pro Max

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro has a Night mode for shooting in low light.

The Apple A13 Bionic processor and artificial intelligence are responsible for the work of the new function. Night mode is automatically activated when there is little light in the lens. The resulting image can be edited immediately, increase detail and reduce noise.

The presentation of the new Apple iPhones shows an impressive example of how the new feature works. But now the camera of the iPhone 11 Pro was tested by ordinary users, and the result was no worse than that of Apple.

Model Coca Rocha somehow received the iPhone 11 Pro Max before the start of sales and tested the camera in night shooting.

https://twitter.com/cocorocha/status/1171957593998352384

Do not ask me how, but I got my hands on the new iPhone 11 tonight. Swipe the screen to see the difference between 11 and X in low light.

Judging by Roach’s photos, the iPhone 11 Pro Max camera shoots exactly as Apple promised. We just have to wait for the start of sales in order to also check out new iPhones in night shooting. [ 9to5Mac ]

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