As soon the Apple has announced its iPhone 11, iPhone 11 pro and iPhone Pro Max, fans are eager to know about the specs. But as many smartphones companies are making the revolutionary phone cameras, iPhone also equipped the new flagships with better features. Among them, night mode is one of many new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 pro and iPhone Pro Max which is the hottest camera feature.

The two lenses on the back of the iPhone 11 and the three on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone Pro Max combine to show, what users wanted to see.

The iPhone 11 Camera Features

In order to compete win the market, Apple has greatly enhanced the features and quality of iPhone’s camera. As an addition to the standard wide-angle lens, Apple’s new ultra-wide lens provides a 120-degree field of view, capturing four times more area than previous models. Thus, for those who wanted to have sweeping, dramatic landscape photos should no longer require the many third-party clip-on gadgets that achieve the same thing.

On the other hand, night mode brightens photos and, more importantly, reduces noise. Therefore it results in crispy, colorful photos in low-light conditions. The Night Mode on the iPhone comes on automatically, so there’s no need to manually switch modes, and the resultant photos are illuminating.

Other than this, Apple’s new QuickTake feature has reduced the camera app downloading. Many other camera apps, including the iPhone’s native app, take still photos while shooting video, but QuickTake works the other way around, letting you start a video while taking stills.

So, it means that no more shuffling through the dial in the camera app while your subject gets away from you. Just point and click to take a still, and hold to shoot video. It’ll work with all of the new iPhone 11 models. Furthermore, Apple plans to introduce Deep Fusion, its photo-processing software designed to pluck as much detail out of every picture you take. Lastly, for still photos, the selfie camera jumped up in resolution from 7- to 12-megapixels. You can now also record video in 4K, at the same 60FPS maximum as the rear camera. Besides that, user can rotate the phone into portrait mode unlocks the selfie camera’s wide-angle mode, allowing you to fit more people into your snapshots, selfie videos and FaceTime calls.