Both the Ultra Wide and Wide cameras now have night mode - better than ever for capturing stunning low-light shots. The new widescreen camera delivers 27 percent more light. So whether you shoot in daylight or moonlight, you will get a level of detail and color that was never before possible.
Night Mode senses when light is low and turns on automatically, maintaining clarity while capturing beautiful vibrant colors. All you have to do is start capturing.
Pictures that were difficult to capture - as a dramatic moonlit scene - are clearer than ever.
In the medium to low light, Deep Fusion analyzes multiple exposures to increase detail. Examine the fabric from wood, fabric, and crystal. The Ultra-Wide Camera gives you a heroic perspective
Smart HDR 3 balances the elements in a shot, highlighting details in the subject and trees while preserving the rich colors of the sky - even at noon.
Unlike faces, Smart HDR 3 uses machine learning to recognize scenes, then adjusts sharpness, color, and white balance when needed.
Even in bright lighting, Smart HDR 3 is amazing at capturing texture, skin tone, color saturation, and individual details that make images appear lifelike.
Low lighting for video
How do you improve the higher video quality in a smartphone? Make it better in low light - 27 percent better. That means no hour of blackout for a beautifully detailed video. Then there is the time-lapse mode. Simply install your iPhone and let the light paths begin.
You own a movie studio.
You can now record 4K HDR video with Dolby Vision. Edit in photos or iMovie. Then go to TV with AirPlay7 to see all that color and detail. It's an all-in-one cinematic experience - only available on iPhone. This comes in handy when your dog is doing a great job.
Selfies in night mode
You look great in the dark
The night is the time to take a selfie. Since the night mode and a host of other great features are now on the front camera. Like Deep Fusion, Smart HDR 3, Dolby Vision recording, and more. You are the lucky duckling.
We reduced our carbon footprint. By thinking inside the box
Throughout the iPhone family, we remove the power adapter, and often the EarPods are used, but including the fast-charging USB-C to Lightning cable most people need. This results in reduced package size, and more boxes per shipment mean fewer shipments overall. We are also in the process of moving our manufacturing partners to renewable energy. Altogether, this removes more than 2 million metric tons of carbon emissions annually.