Despite bringing a design slightly similar to the previous generation, Apple’s new line of smartphones, which was just announced, included notable hardware improvements, especially when it comes to cameras.
But on the software side, the Cupertino giant was also able to neatly implement a feature that has long been in competition and only now debuted on iOS: Night Mode.
As its name suggests, it is a special mode that allows you to capture even more detail in images taken at night or in low light environments.
During the keynote at Steve Jobs Theater we even saw some examples of what cameras and Night Mode are capable of producing, but below is the first unprofessional image of the feature in action:
Don’t ask me how but I got my hands on the new iPhone 11 tonight! 🤫 Swipe through to see the difference between the 11 and the X in low light. 👀#notsponsored #butapplecansponsorme #callmypeople #timapple #iphone11promax #iphoneevent #iphone11 pic.twitter.com/wZHn6ugRQv
— Coco Rocha (@cocorocha) September 12, 2019
The photo was shared by model and businesswoman Coco Rocha, showing the difference between the same image captured on an iPhone X and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The results are remarkable and reinforce that the feature should work as well as we see in several competing models that bring similar functions.
It remains to be seen what will be the score of the new smartphones of the apple in DxOMark, which has the current champion Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G with 113 points.